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The ARCSA Foundation is proud to host this event bringing together leading researchers and industry professionals. The researchers will present an overview of their findings, ranging from microbial quality in rainwater harvesting systems to life cycle assessments. The industry professionals will present case studies of rainwater harvesting systems and then the moderators will guide the group through a question and answer period.  This is a great opportunity to learn about the latest in research and the latest in rainwater harvesting design and installation. 
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In our complicated world demonstrated by global spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus), one eternal fact “Water is Life” still remains the most critical fact to fight the deadly virus. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), “The COVID-19 virus has not been detected in drinking water. Conventional water treatment methods that use filtration and disinfection, such as those in most municipal drinking water systems, should remove or inactivate the virus that causes COVID-19.
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We are writing to ensure you RMS is committed to the health and safety of our employees, their families, our community, as well as all business partners. With the current Covid-19 outbreak across the world, we understand there is a lot of uncertainty while we all enter uncharted territory. We have taken the precautionary steps to protect our employees and our customers while trying to maintain the level of service RMS is known for and to minimize the disruption of day-to-day operations.
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Resilience is the “ability to prepare and plan for, absorb, recover from, and more successfully adapt to adverse events”. In this session, explore how more sustainable buildings and community systems are the cornerstones to enhancing resilience.
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During day 2 of Greenbuild Expo, representatives from RMS, Water Storage Tanks, Inc., and Containment Solutions discussed with various professionals across multiple disciplines how rainwater harvesting could be an effective sustainable source of water for their facility as well as help manage stormwater runoff onsite.
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Lisa from BizRoanoke interviewed Shawn Crawford, National Sales Manager at Rainwater Management Solutions in the city of Roanoke Virginia. Shawn is the national sales manager for the company. RMS recently moved into a new, bigger facility at 2550 Shenandoah Ave NW Roanoke, Virginia.
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David Crawford, President ARCSA & Rainwater Management Solutions will discuss the details of his trip to Haiti in January and the rainwater harvesting project that is currently in progress. The discussion will be moderated by Alex Passini, Regional Sales Manager at AWC Water Solutions and ARCSA Director.
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The Grand Opening of the new location of Rainwater Management Solutions at 2550 Shenandoah Ave. NW Roanoke, Virginia was held Sept. 26th.
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Florida has the largest concentration of freshwater springs in the world, but they are being devastated by increasing pollution and drastic declines in water flow. Some springs have dried up from overextraction; others have shown signs of saltwater intrusion and harmful algae blooms.
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The facility is the former home of solar-panel manufacturer Solyndra, but Seagate purchased it in 2013 to house research and development projects. The facility has more than 62,000 square feet of roof area from which rainwater can be collected. With an average annual rainfall total of about 16 inches in Fremont, the facility has the potential to collect more than 580,000 gallons of rainwater each year (see Figure 1). Steven Deason, the Executive Director of Facilities for Seagate, wanted to reduce municipal supply-demand and create a sustainable environment for the software company’s research facility.
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