Singapore, which partly uses the technology but depends largely on neighboring Malaysia for its fresh water supply, has invested heavily in water recycling and rainwater catchment systems
. In our country, perhaps the two water concessionaires can lead the way in using such technology in their office buildings.
The flower farm social enterprise trains at risk youth to build and maintain the farm's infrastructure that includes rainwater catchment systems
and solar power generation to minimize our ecological footprint while leasing our farms to professional urban flower farmers on a shared revenue agreement, of which the youth share in the dividends.
"Institutional Impediments to Advancing Sustainable Urban Water Management: A Typology." International Rainwater Catchment Systems
Conference and the 5th International Water Sensitive Urban Design Conference, Sydney, Australia.
 Macomber PS, Guidelines on rainwater catchment systems
for Hawaii, College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2001.
The plant is also installing rainwater catchment systems
in depots for various purposes like washing of LPG tanks and trucks.
Previously funded projects include a University of Tennessee train-the-trainer program to foster healthier childcare and home environments for infants and children, and a University of Hawaii project that provided community workshops and water testing kits for the 60,000 rural citizens who rely on rainwater catchment systems
for drinking water and other uses.
Rainwater catchment systems
help to make the homes self-sustaining.
The mentioned device can measure the amount of soil moisture from the saturation point at pressure rate of-25.In 2009, Ghodrati could raise soil moisture in level of dry cultivating olive using rainwater catchment systems
A small sleeping cabin next to the greenhouse (built the following year and appropriately coined "the birdhouse") is retrofitted with two rainwater catchment systems
that allow us to water all the plants in the greenhouse.
On Monday, a team of seven members of the WPI Chapter of Engineers Without Borders is traveling to Guachthu'uq, Guatemala, and plans to stay for almost two weeks constructing rainwater catchment systems
on two pilot homes.
"It's an age-old practice that has gained popularity as fresh water resources become more scarce - whether due to drought, water pollution, or crumbling water infrastructure," says Mike Ruck, vice president of the American Rainwater Catchment Systems
Association (ARCSA) and chief water officer for RainWater Solutions in Raleigh, NC.
The association's rainwater harvesting professional accreditation course provides individuals with an in-depth understanding of rainwater catchment systems
so they are informed enough to advise on the subject.