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Re: rain water
> Aquatic Plants Digest Wednesday, January 13 1999 Volume 03 : Number 775
> Date: Wed, 13 Jan 1999 09:59:49 +0100
> From: Patrick <perk at cisco_com>
> Subject: rain water
> the KH (12) & GH (14) of my tap water are to high, I looked at reserve
> osmose equipment but this looks like an expensive methode - not to
> mention the waste of water (only 1/4 ratio)
> what about just using rain water (collected via the roof of the house &
> stored in a 7000 l concrete 'barrel')
Patrick, I am using a solar distilling unit. It has only a one time capital
expense and no running cost.
I get more than 5 litres of water per square meter of sun exposed panel area
The water output depends on ambient temprature and amount of direct sunlight
Check out the possibilities.
No pollution. No running costs. You can drink it too..
Here is a picture taken this morning: http://members.xoom.com/ggrk/solar1.jpg
Bangalore, South India