rain water harvesting

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by nearlyclean, Feb 14, 2011.

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  1. nearlyclean

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    Began a little experiment be collect some rain and had 11 ppm tds just been sorting out my water for next days work and pump the rain water through my DI and into my containers enough for a mornings work.could be a good marketing tool with everyone being green and conserving water :angel:
     
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  2. nearlyclean

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    Nice using harvested rain water on a few properties today,need a bit more rain LOL
     
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    Lol please no more rain I want the sun now.
     
  4. ccng

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    does rain water clean window very well
     
  5. nearlyclean

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    I pass the rain water through my DI vessel
     
  6. What a great idea. I'm really hoping more window cleaning companies in Canada and the US try to approach things in this way. I will have to try this technique...
     
  7. nearlyclean

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    I think a lot of window cleaners who live in hard water areas could benefit from rain water harvesting
     
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