"No more Water Shortages during Drought Conditions!"
You can now avoid water Restrictions and Fines,
Protect your Investment & Save Money by providing your own source of water - for your watering needs!
For example, you can use the water that your home
or building already produces.
In doing so, you will become self-sufficient, thus avoiding
local restrictions and fines, protecting your landscaping investment and saving money by not paying a water bill for exterior
Alternative Water Systems and Solutions:
1. Rain Water System:
Collecting Rain Water is an
old idea but using modern technology, you can now use your gutter system to collect the rain water below ground for outdoor
This System consists
of a collection and a pump tank, which are filled by your gutter system and then power the sprinkler system or drip emitter
This System collects
the Gray Water from your home or building for use as described above with the Rain Water System. Gray water is
the house-hold water without waste. For example, your sinks (with the exception of the kitchen sink), your showers,
bath tubs, and your washing machine are all considered "Gray Water".
The Rain Water
System and Gray Water System can both fill the same collection tank and power the same sprinkler or drip emitter system in
Just one leaky toilet can back-up
a septic system so diverting your washing machine and other gray water sources into a separate system can relieve the burden
on your septic system.
In the long run, this will
save you trouble and money by preventing septic system overloading, thus extending the life of your septic system.
3. Septic Effluent
This System is legal in the
State of Georgia and is a new solution that allows you to water your landscaping utilizing the septic effluent from your septic
For example, the septic effluent
(black water) normally exits the septic tank and enters the field lines, in a conventional septic system, to be dispersed
and absorbed by the soil.
With this System, your septic
effluent is collected and then pumped to the drip emitter system for subsurface distribution.
One final option for developing
your own self-sufficient water source is to install a well and/or locate a existing well on your property. Click here for more information. http://www.hitechsepticandwell.com/id32.html
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like Septic, Well and Water Solutions or call Don Wolf today at 770 692-0202.