Stand Alone Rainwater Harvesting System
Rainwater as Drinking Water- UPDATE
by RainSaucers Inc. on January 3rd, 2013

We think we've finally developed an optimal implementation method for those customers in developing countries who want to harvest rainwater for drinking water purposes. The results of our research can be viewed in this photo album we created. This method was created in direct response to the feedback we received from our 2011 field trial in Guatemala. The key to the implementation is that by reducing dust, and funneling the harvested water into 5 gallon bottles, the result is a high quality product that can easily compete with the drinking water services so prevalent in Latin America. For poor families in these countries which have to rely on bottled water, the savings from harvesting rainwater can be significant. 

The main reason for developing this method is that in spite of our successful trial and the clear ROI of our product, we have yet to identify a partner to license and manufacture our product in developing countries. We're hoping this new technique is what the market has been looking for. 

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