At Rainwater Management Solutions, we are proud to have received the following recognition for our contributions to the Salem community and the world.
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ARCSA past president E.W. Bob Boulware, P.E., and Billy Kniffen traveled to Guadalajara for a meeting taht helped to establish the Mexican national rainwater harvesting association, Association Mexicana De Sistemas De Captacion De Agua De Lluvia (AMSCALL).
Dr. Tamim Younos examines the impact of water on urban areas as well as the flow from urban areas out to rural lakes, rivers, streams, and aquifers. He also looks at steps that can be taken to lessen the impact.
Shawn talks with Lawn & Landscape about the essentials for a using a rainwater harvesting system for irrigation.
Building Green features the Grayworks modular graywater unit in a review of products from Greenbuild 2016.
Note: This is a link to a paid subscription article.
A rainwater harvesting article that features a Rainwater Management Solutions residential system located in the Northern Neck of Virginia.
Rainwater Management Solutions and SiteOne Landscape Supply have announced a distribution partnership. The partnership provides a platform for the distribution of RMS's rainwater harvesting offerings through SiteOne's extensive network. SiteOne, formerly known as John Deere Landscapes, has over 470 retail locations across the United States and Canada and is the largest distributor of landscape supplies in the United States.
Rainwater Management Solutions and Critical Flow, LLC of Charlottesville, Va., have announced a special joint venture entity to commercialize a family of graywater treatment and reuse systems. The joint venture, under the name of Grayworks, will compliment the suite of rainwater collections and reuse products currently offered by RMS to its clients.
Stark Rainwater Harvesting and Rainwater Management Solutions, Inc. have completed a merger bringing Dave Stark of Duluth, Minn. on board as a part of the company, specializing in stormwater and rainwater management. RMS and Stark Rainwater Harvesting have collaborated on multiple projects over the last five years. Full release in link above.
Rainwater harvesting case study published in ASPE Journal about a system provided by Rainwater Management Solutions to Seagate's Media Research Center in Fremont, California. The project features two WISY WFF300 Vortex Filters, two 29,700-gallon tanks and a filtration and purification skid to treat the water before sending it to the end-use of flushing toilets, cooling tower make-up and scrubber make-up.
An article from The Roanoke Times regarding water quality in Virginia wells
The Wisy WFF 150 Vortex Filter won Best Green Building Product at the 2016 International Builders' Show
This Contractor Magazine article discusses a house currently occupied by Purdue University students that has been retrofitted to reuse rainwater
This article discusses different states that have outlawed rainwater harvesting.
Part 2 of the Rainwater Harvesting Article written by Steve Goldberg.
Article by Benjamin Sojka talking about the installation of a rainwater harvesting system at a wash transit facility in Virginia.
An article about programs and legislation passed on rainwater harvesting in states across the United States.
Video showcasing a Rainwater Management Solutions rainwater harvesting system on a Poultry Farm in Farmville, Va. that was installed.
An article discussing water shortages due to climate change.
"Cistern filtration for rainwater harvesting"
March 1, 2012. A second article in the series of articles by John Rattenbury that discuss rainwater harvesting.
"Buried No Longer: Confronting America's Water Infrastructure Challenge"
AWWA An article reviewing the condition America's water supply infrastructure. Check it out!
January 1, 2012. A series of articles by John Rattenbury that discuss rainwater harvesting.
An article by Tamin Younos in the January issue of the American Water Resources Association magazine.January 2012 An article by Tamin Younos in the January issue of the American Water Resources Association magazine.