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Good Repair Guide: Rainwater storage systems

Abbreviation
BK179 (2016)
Valid from
01/01/2016

Information provider
BRANZ Limited
Information type
Good repair guide
Format
PDF

Description

Approximately 10% of New Zealand households rely on rainwater collected from roofs for their water supply. Typically, these are rural residential properties but may include country schools, camping grounds, marae and other community buildings. A number of fairly simple and relatively inexpensive measures can be introduced to existing systems to improve water quality

This Good Repair Guide looks at upgrading options and maintenance requirements for existing rainwater storage systems to ensure a quality potable roof water collection and storage system is maintained. 

 

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Good Repair Guide: Rainwater storage systems

Description

Approximately 10% of New Zealand households rely on rainwater collected from roofs for their water supply. Typically, these are rural residential properties but may include country schools, camping grounds, marae and other community buildings. A number of fairly simple and relatively inexpensive measures can be introduced to existing systems to improve water quality

This Good Repair Guide looks at upgrading options and maintenance requirements for existing rainwater storage systems to ensure a quality potable roof water collection and storage system is maintained. 

 

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Good Repair Guide: Rainwater storage systems
Description

Approximately 10% of New Zealand households rely on rainwater collected from roofs for their water supply. Typically, these are rural residential properties but may include country schools, camping grounds, marae and other community buildings. A number of fairly simple and relatively inexpensive measures can be introduced to existing systems to improve water quality

This Good Repair Guide looks at upgrading options and maintenance requirements for existing rainwater storage systems to ensure a quality potable roof water collection and storage system is maintained. 

 

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Good Repair Guide: Rainwater storage systems

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