It never rains in Southern California?
by RainSaucers Inc. on December 23rd, 2010
Not according to recent events. In fact, Los Angeles can get over 30 inches of rain in a good year which happened as recently as 2005. The average is actually 15 inches which is not too shabby if one harvests all of that. This year's rain is causing problems with flooding but it is also resulting in polluted oceans as all the runoff results in contaminated water. Rainwater harvesting reduces that contamination impact- hence the government and EPA support. But one aspect which never seems to get attention is that only a small portion of the runoff is generated by roofs. Most of it comes from the paved streets and sidewalks, not to mention backyards. Needless to say, these non-roof areas are RainSaucers territory because we deploy anywhere.
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