On the farm and in daily life, water is an essential element and precious.
Without water, no culture could survive , animals and the human race.
Water is a limited resource (often poor) should therefore be used in a responsible manner, avoiding waste .
Fortunately is a commodity that can be stored and recycled so first of all you need to define:
  • sources of supply (water supply, well, spring, etc.)
  • storage system (storage, lake, pool, etc.)
  • distribution system ( network pipes , irrigation system, water troughs, etc.)
  • energy saving and recovery systems (filtration, purification, etc.)
  • control of consumption (counters, floors, etc.)
We can start by making a division between the waters potable and non- potable.
The non-drinking water may be potabilizzate with purification systems also natural.
The wetland is a very interesting process and particularly suitable for those who decide to play a sustainable life.
Rainwater , especially in drier areas , they are valuable and must therefore be prepared systems for conveying and stacking of impervious surfaces (roofs, yards, etc.) To the storage systems such as lakes, ponds and / or deposits.
This type of water is generally very suitable for the irrigation of crops.
The installation of underground drainage systems can maintain an ideal breeding ground for the cultivation of vegetables and greens, with more tricks you can recover the excess irrigation water for subsequent reuse in irrigation or other applications.
The dirty water can also be filtered using simple systems of evaporation, condensation and collection blocks that leave the remains of mud and debris.
It is to realize micro purification stations to take advantage of all the resources , protect the environment and save.