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Title: Water: Reclamation and Conservation Applications

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Date: July 2, 2008
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This "big storage tank", which is known as a cistern, is typically located underground in parking garages or basements. These cisterns are made of "epoxy steel, fiber glass, precast concrete, polyethylene, or poured-in-place concrete" ( Goedken, Rainwater-Harvesting)...

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These cisterns are made of "epoxy steel, fiber glass, precast concrete, polyethylene, or poured-in-place concrete" ( Goedken, Rainwater-Harvesting). Similar to the size of roof drains the size of the tank depends on the average annual rainfall in that location and the size of the roof, the other determinant is how much water is to be collected at any time in order to efficiently provide water to the system/application that is using the water...

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