The 5 Benefits Of Rainwater Tanks


There are many reasons why you might want to use rainwater tanks or poly water tanks. Harvesting rainwater can be a great way of saving money and utilising natural resources that are often within easy access. Whether you have been considering using water tanks for a while or you are looking to replace your existing tank, here are some benefits of doing so. 

1. Lower Maintenance Costs

Once you have your water tanks up and running they pretty much look after themselves. If you intend to use your collected rainwater for drinking purposes, you will need to purify the water, but if you intend to use it for home use or agricultural use, you can use your collected water as it is. Poly water tanks will give you years of reliable performance for many years. 

2. Reduce Your Water Bills

When you collect your own water you'll be depending less and less on your water company. This water can be used for many things around the home, including washing clothes and dishes, flushing toilets and watering gardens. Depending on the size of your water tanks you can make some major savings on your household bills, and even small businesses are starting to invest in rainwater tanks in order to save money. 

3. A Great Irrigator

If you are looking for one of the most natural irrigators, you simply cannot beat water you collect from nature. This water will not have been treated and therefore won't contain any chemicals. It's perfect for irrigation as well as watering your garden. 

4. Reduces The Demand For Groundwater

As the population continues to grow, so does our demand for water. In some areas, groundwater extraction is necessary in order to cope with demand. By collecting your own rainwater you can help to do your bit to lower your dependency on groundwater. 

5. Reduces Floods And Soil Erosion

Another benefit of water tanks is that they can actually help to prevent floods and soil erosion. When you collect water in your rainwater tanks or poly water tanks you could help to prevent flooding around your property. When you harvest rainwater it can also help to stop soil erosion by keeping surface water from getting contaminated by fertilisers and pesticides that can occur through rainwater runoff. 

There are many good reasons to consider the addition of rainwater tanks to your property, so why not make a difference today? 


22 June 2017

Anthony's Agricultural Blog

I was so happy when I finally escaped the city and built my new life on the farm. For many years, I had worked as a lawyer in the city of Perth. While the work was interesting, the hours were long and I hated being trapped in the big city. I remember how as a child, my father would take me out into the countryside. I decided I was going to quit my job and make a fresh start. I was so excited. However, I got a real shock when I arrived on the farm and I realised I didn't have a clue about farming. Thankfully, over the past 6 months, my neighbours have begun to teach me everything I need to know about the world of arigculture. I decided to start this blog to help others who plan to move out of the big city.