Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Water catchment. Get inspired and try out new things.
Rainwater can be an excellent source of clean water when filtered through the proper channels. For outdoor uses, simple pre-filtration devices such as mesh screens and downspout diverters are great for removing large debris particles. For indoor uses such as bathing, cooking, and drinking, one would need a filtration system designed to thoroughly remove harmful contaminants.
WorldWaterReserve saved to Sustainable living
There are 4 major ways to collect water on your homestead: drilling a well, collecting rainwater, pumping it from a river, and condensation.
Lou Ellen Garner saved to Science
Do you want to reduce your water bills? Setting up a rainwater catchment system has so many benefits for a homesteader. Here are a few tips on rainwater harvesting, setting up a water catchment system, and reaping rainwater benefits for your homestead.
Laurie Suda saved to Bushcraft
Filter Rainwater Right in the Barrel as it Was Done a Hundred Years Ago! Graphic: Household-Discoveries-and-Mrs.-Curtis’s-Cookbook New isn't always better! Some of the methods of the past work as well as do the more modern and more expensive methods of today! Now when it comes to the safety of my drinking water.... well, honestly, I ...
Prepping- The Prepared Page saved to Off Grid
Although rainwater is a source of cheap and clean water, it also have its drawbacks. These are the main rainwater harvesting pros and cons you need to know.
John Marsh saved to Rain Barrel ideas
Want to collect rainwater at home and save money on water? Build one of these rainwater harvesting systems at home with barrels or tanks.
Debbie Maddox saved to backyard farming
Overview of our 660 gallon gravity-fed manifold rain barrel system. Here is a list of the materials we used:STORAGE: (12) 55-Gal. Olive Barrels (local recycl...
Rovinjo saved to Zapisane na szybko
There’s nothing like collecting nature’s own rainwater & repurposing it for your home, lawn, or farm. Here are some awesome DIY rainwater harvesting systems.
Amanda K saved to Rev & Rights
Essentially, my garden is annoyingly far away from larger sources of water (although I have and do use the hose from the house in the heat of the summer and I do have two IBC totes about 50 yards away connected to the outdoor shed) but I had these smaller rain barrels that could never be adequately filled due to lack of a roof to funnel the free rain water into them. Pinterest at the time didn’t have any good designs so this is what I finagled together. Basically it is a butterfly roof…
Stacey Hiller saved to Rain Water Collection
Capture precious runoff in catch basins, barrels, and cisterns
Jessica, Avon Ind. Sales Rep. saved to Gardening