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Rainwater Harvesting – Our Partners 

Unitronics is dedicated to creating advanced technological solutions that serve the automation sector.
Whether it is developing a specific product or software for the OEM market, or executing a large-scale automated project, our goal is the same–to provide our clients with safe, user-friendly, cost-effective automated control that is easy to implement.


UV Pure® Technologies is the world leader in UV water purification. We focus on building the most technically advanced purification systems available such as residential UV water filters, commercial surface water treatment, and industrial waste water for applications such as treating drinking water, rain and surface water, wastewater and grey reuse water.


 

 

The INTEWA GmbH develops innovative and fool-proof ideas for infiltration of rainwater as well as for rainwater and grey water harvesting. We use our expertise and innovation to direct controlled heavy rainfalls and save water. Our goal is a global perspective contribution to environmental protection. Since our establishment in year 1993 we have set new standards with powerful products and systems as a technology leader.


Morris Group International includes 25 divisions and partnerships. From stainless steel toilets, to engineered plumbing and drainage products, to vacuum plumbing systems, their products come out of their many facilities in North America ready to meet the needs of any construction or building project. Because they research, design and manufacture their own products, customers have the benefit of going to one supplier to get the job done with choices that meet ADA requirements, environmental concerns, and the highest standards for safety and design. Today with over 75 patents and several major product lines that include thousands of products, Morris Group International operates with over 1,700 employees and over 2.0 million square feet of office and manufacturing space worldwide.


ZCL | Xerxes is a leading innovator in composite tank engineering, with nearly 40 years of direct industry experience. When ZCL Composites Inc. acquired Xerxes Corporation in 2007, it brought together North America’s two leading fiberglass tank brands: ZCL (founded in 1987) and Xerxes (founded in 1979).


With over 1000 employees worldwide, operating seven manufacturing facilities on three continents, Armstrong Fluid Technology is known around the world as a leader and innovator in the design, engineering and manufacturing of intelligent fluid-flow equipment.

 


Through 83 companies they are directly accessible in 56 countries, and through their network of partners, distributors and subdealers, they are present in even more. The company employs around 19,280 people today.  The first pump made was a water pump.  


For over 45 years, BARR Plastics Inc. has been committed to learning as much as we can about our customer’s needs and the challenges they face. This has allowed us to become the leading supplier of environment-enhancing solutions for rainwater harvesting, stormwater management, wastewater treatment, potable water storage and certified safe food, beverage and chemical handling.


Nearly all Apollo® valves are produced in U.S. facilities that are second to none in the industry, including ISO-registered, state-of-the-art foundries and manufacturing facilities in Pageland and Conway, S.C. The company’s headquarters is located in Matthews, N.C.


With a reputation for producing high performing, quality products, Zoeller has a rich heritage based on ‘Made in USA’ Manufacturing.  Although it has expanded over the years, the company still manufactures its products at its original location in Louisville, KY, very similarly to how they have done it for over 75 years.


The company was founded in 1936.  As a result of intensive basic research and cooperation on interregional committees, the company today ranks among the top companies in the water treatment industry in Europe. Numerous Euro patents also testify to the company’s leading position. The first fine dosing devices on the European continent, and the world’s very first protective filters, were developed by JUDO. The development of the JUDOMAT DX-2 in 1983 likewise proved to be a worldwide innovation in the field of domestic water softening. The BioBoy, BioBoss and BioQuell water softening systems represent follow-on developments that are once more setting the standards in this arena.


 


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Rainwater harvesting (RWH) is the ancient practice of collecting rainwater and storing it for later use. RWH systems are comprised of a roof catchment, conveyance network, rainwater storage tank, pump, and fixtures where rainwater is utilized. Most systems also incorporate treatment technologies to improve the quality of rainwater before and/or after storage, and include provisions for periods of insufficient rainfall (a water make-up supply) and times of excessive rainfall (overflow provisions).

The most important consideration when designing and installing a RWH system are the pertinent provincial codes and regulations, standards, and municipal bylaws. Other considerations include how the design, installation and management of RWH systems can affect the quantity of water saved and the quality of rainwater harvested, as well as cold weather suitability of the system.