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Rainwater Collection Systems

COMMERCIAL SOLUTIONS

Capturing and using tens of thousands of gallons of rainwater every year is very real and very strategic - businesses and institutions across the country are using rainwater systems right now that will last many years into the future.  In many cases, rainwater collection is part of a larger sustainability program designed to meet corporate objectives and to achieve LEED certification.


Even smaller, economical rainwater collection systems can deliver very attractive financial returns and meet sustainability goals.


AgriTek designers work with business owners, site managers, architects and engineering firms to provide customized design and installation services that match your unique property, goals, and budget.


If you have a commercial or industrial property, consider the advantages of rainwater collection to:


     ~ Reduce your water expenses and your dependency on expensive municipal delivery systems​, and solve storm water runoff and

        erosion problems with flooding

     ~ Protect your landscaping investment from droughts and watering bans

     ~ Provide chlorine-free, contaminant-free water for healthier landscaping, annuals, shrubs and shade trees

     ~ Provide the beauty and enjoyment of your common exterior areas 


AgriTek works with site managers, business managers, architects, and engineering firms to provide specialized design and installation services for rainwater collection.



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The physical building and other property from which you operate your business or institution can become even more of an asset than it is right now.  By collecting rainwater that falls on your roofs and other hard surfaces and using it to maintain your landscaping all year long, square footage that once was idle now creates a positive impact on your bottom line.


For new construction, rainwater collection can be part of your comprehensive water management program that controls storm water runoff and provides an on-site water supply for indoor use, too.  Flushing toilets, doing laundry, washing vehicles and performing other maintenance tasks with collected, treated rainwater lower your annual water costs even further and result in less dependance (and drain) on municipal water overall.