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Re: GBlist: Re: metal roofs for rainwater collection
Norbert: Compared to the system referred to below which uses the backyard
as the rain collector, we are using a significantly different system with
a few common components (slow sand filter). Our backyard instead, collects
rainwater for our square foot food producing gardens.
Jorg Ostrowski, M. Arch. A.S. (MIT), B. Arch. (Toronto), Ecotect
in full-time professional practice since 1976 (Straw Bale since 1978),
3 demonstration projects in Canada built 1979, 1981, 1994, +80,000 visitors
- living a conserver lifestyle & working in a sustainable home and office
Web Site [under construction]: http://www.ucalgary.ca/~jdo/ecotecture.htm
On Thu, 17 Apr 1997, Norbert Senf wrote:
> There a diagram of the purification setup for the rainwater collection
> system at the Toronto Healthy House in Rolf Paloheimo's paper at
> Several years ago a friend returning from Germany told me about some
> very slick self-cleaning stainless steel mesh filters designed for
> rainwater collecting cistern systems that he saw there. Does anybody
> have details on these?
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