Rainwater Collection Tanks
Galvanized Steel Rainwater Collection System
GEI Works' Rainwater Collection Tanks are an economical and long-lasting choice for residential or commercial rainwater harvesting and rainwater storage. A great alternative to the old-fashioned rain barrel, galvanized rainwater storage tanks offer larger capacity for storage, along with a safer and longer-lasting solution. The Rainwater Collection Tank comes in a variety of sizes, allowing for the use of natural rainwater for a variety of indoor and outdoor applications.
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Why a Rainwater Collection System?
Usable water is a precious resource that's becoming rarer as the population grows, especially in areas prone to shortages. A rainwater harvesting system allows for less dependence on the local water supply and can offer tremendous benefits such as:
- Reduce Water Bills
- Store Water for Shortage or Drought
- Improve Plant Growth
Some municipalities will offer rebates or reduced fees for those that utilize rainwater collection. Learn more about Corrugated Steel Tank sizes and installation.
The Long-Lasting Rainwater Harvesting Solution
Corrugated steel tanks are a longer-lasting option when compared to plastic or concrete and can withstand much harsher environmental conditions. Made of high-quality galvanized steel, the durable tank is resistant to impact, corrosion, and rust, with the ability to lasts for years. Corrugated steel tanks are also very tough, able to withstand winds of up to 165 miles per hour. This ensures that the tank won't fracture when subjected to harsh environmental forces.
Corrugated steel rainwater harvesting systems come in several sizes and are shipped for rainwater recycling. Corrugated rainwater tanks provide savings in freight cost, as they ship dismantled and take up far less volume in a shipping truck than traditional rigid tanks. Our rainwater harvesting system tanks ship at 1% of their fully installed size.
Storing Water for Every Purpose
Three-quarters of the world is covered with water but only a fraction of that is usable. The average person uses 80 to 100 gallons of water per day and, in areas where water can be scarce, rainwater collection fills this need. Capturing rainwater is the smart solution for having a ready supply of water available whenever needed.
Galvanized corrugated steel tanks have been used by numerous customers for many different bulk water storage applications. Originally known for rainwater storage in farming applications, corrugated rainwater tanks are also used by large corporations, industrial facilities, island resorts and residential homeowners to store water. One of the many advantages to corrugated steel tanks is that they ship compactly and install quickly.
Common Ways to Use Rainwater:
- Potable (Drinkable) Water Storage
- Landscaping Irrigation
- Custodial Services
- Vehicle Washing
- Livestock Water Supply
- Outside Tap Use
- • Corrugated Tank Sizes
- Corrugated Tanks for Dual Use (pdf)
- Tank Selection Guide
- 5 Advantages of Rainwater Harvesting (blog post)
GEI Blog Posts
Rainwater Collection System - Questions Answered
Most buildings have a roof and gutters, providing a big part of the rainwater catchment system. The roof is an excellent catchment and the gutters will direct the water Into the rain water collection tank. The Rainwater Collection Tank is available in a variety of sizes, ranging from about 1,000 gallons to 95,000 gallons. Shipping outside this area, including US territories and international countries, is also available. Each galvanized tank comes with a standard 20 year warranty. Call us now for more assistance.
Other Rainwater Collection Tank Options:
In addition to corrugated steel tanks, other tanks, such as collapsible tanks also make great rainwater collection systems.