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Rainwater Storage Options

A variety of storage tanks are available for above and below-ground installations with various materials of construction.

Rainwater Storage Options

Storage Options

A variety of storage tanks are available for above and below-ground installations with various materials of construction.

Metal


Suitable for above-ground installations

Available with corrugated or smooth walls

Can come with potable or non-potable liner

Constructed on-site

Concrete pad or gravel base required

Can be painted or have logos added to outer

Capable of indoor installation

4-6 Week Lead Time

Fiberglass


Typically used for below-ground installations

Built to last

Can come with potable or non-potable
coating

Requires crane for installation

Proper counter buoyancy equipment
included with tank

8-14 Week Lead Time

Fiberglass


  • typically used for below-ground installations
  • built to last
  • can come with potable or non-potable
    coating
  • requires crane for installation
  • Proper county buoyancy equipment
    included with tank
  • 8-14 Lead Time

Modular tanks


Below-ground installation

Good for limited space

H-20 load rated

Minimum excavation

Requires on-site assembly

4-6 Week Lead Time

Polyethylene


Below or above-ground installation

Cost effective

Can be used for potable purposes

2-3 Week Lead Time

HDPE Pipe


Below-ground installation

Provides super corrosion and abrasion resistance

Can be welded on-site in for project’s specific foot print

Traffic load rated

Smaller Diameters to reduce burial depth

Built to last

RMS works with leading tank providers across the country to ensure the tank meets project’s requirements.


Tank Sizing


RMS utilizes tank sizing software to identify the appropriately
sized storage capacity to fulfill demand requirements, allow for
system overflow to promote high water-quality, and reduce costs
when possible.


Variables such as daily rainfall data, roof square footage, and
daily use are used for every analysis. If such variables are
unknown, RMS can help determine daily use for irrigation, toilet
flushing, and laundry services demand.


Cost Analysis can also be determined if desired by using water
cost per 1,000 gallons, sewer costs per 1,000 gallons, and
stormwater fees per month per 1,000 square feet of impervious
areas. This can help determine the cost effectiveness of incorporating a rainwater harvesting system.

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