storage cistern

storage cistern

A cistern for storing water.
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A 1,400 gallon above ground water storage cistern captures rainwater for on-site irrigation and toilet flushing.
Domestic hot water systems which may be affected include a fixed all-electric or part electric immersion heater in conjunction with a plastic cold water storage cistern or tank located in the roof space.
TOKYO - The operator of the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant said Sunday it has completed the transfer of radioactive water from leaky underground storage cisterns to steel tanks.
Nearly 10,000 m2 of rock walls had been built for agricultural terraces and 14 water storage cisterns installed.
For Palestinians living in the West Bank, this "protection of water sources" was documented in Amnesty International's October 2009 report Troubled Water: "The Israeli army's destruction of Palestinian water facilities -- rainwater harvesting and storage cisterns, agricultural pools and spring canals -- on the grounds that they were constructed without permits from the army is often accompanied by other measures that aim to restrict or eliminate the presence of Palestinians from specific areas of the West Bank.
For clients with a bigger budget, we'd suggest using grey-water for irrigation and underground water storage cisterns.
Started in 2003, the project has already brought encouraging results, including better-fed youngsters through a school nutrition program, cleaner water through installation of storage cisterns, disease prevention through the distribution of free anti-retroviral drugs, and improved community life through new businesses.