Example Stormwater Harvesting and Use System Schematic
A stormwater harvesting and use system is a constructed system that captures and retains stormwater for beneficial use at a different time or place than when or where the stormwater was generated. A stormwater harvesting and use system potentially has four components (See Example Stormwater Harvesting and Use System Schematic at right):
- collection system (which could include the catchment area and stormwater infrastructure such as curb, gutters, and stormsewers),
- storage unit (such as a cistern or pond)
- treatment system: pre and post (that removes solids, pollutants and microorganisms, including any necessary control systems), if needed, and the
- distribution system (such as pumps, pipes, and control systems).
This page (Category) contains links to tables that provide information on rainwater and stormwater harvest and reuse systems.
Pages in category "Level 3 - General information, reference, tables, images, and archives/Tables/Harvest and reuse"
The following 43 pages are in this category, out of 43 total.