ARCSA is co-locating its 2018 Annual Conference with the American Society of Plumbing Engineers' (ASPE's) 2018 Convention and Expo at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, GA. ARCA's conference will take place on September 29-30, 2018 and will feature a full lineup of expert presentations on innovative water management topics!
Today, we would like to announce we will be attending the American Rainwater Catchment System Association (ARCSA) 2018 Conference in Atlanta, Georgia this year. The conference starts on September 29th and ends October 2nd.
Climate, Inc. is a multifaceted, global company that sells the most dynamic rainwater harvesting and stormwater products and systems around the world. Our premier selection of tanks are made from stainless steel, fiberglass, and poly. The most popular types of tanks are smooth-sided galvanized steel bolted, powder coated, and epoxy coated. Our tanks are mainly used for, but are not limited to, rainwater harvesting, fire suppression, water and liquid storage, dry storage and secondary containment.
Hydrona, LLC is currently erecting two Climate, Inc. NFPA fire suppression tanks in Houston, Texas. They have standard tank features like ladders, safety cages, and hand-railed roof platforms, level gauges, composite roof access, vortex inhibitors, galvanized flanges throughout, stainless flanges for auxiliary connections, and engineering that will keep them solid for decades to come.
As we embark on a new realm of tank designs, fabrication, and installations these Climate rectangular tanks are going to be a huge market. We now are introducing a tank that if needed inside a building or structure can almost be made to take up a very large landscape of the space inside the building or even inside of a parking garage.
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Rainwater harvesting is defined as a process for collecting and storing rainwater from rooftops, the land surface or rock catchments using simple techniques such as jars and pots as well as more complex techniques such as an above ground potable water tank. Techniques usually found in Asia and Africa arise from practices employed by ancient civilizations within these regions, and they still serve as a major source of drinking water supply in rural areas.