Saturday, October 7, 10am, Pahoa Marketplace, Free. Bring a chair!
Our intention is to improve efficiency by teaching rainwater harvesting techniques, systems, and best practices that can help harvesters optimize their operations and increase the efficiency of their water collection and storage processes. This knowledge can lead to better utilization of available resources and higher water yields.
This includes enhanced system design: Our teachings enable harvesters to design and implement more effective systems tailored to their specific needs. They can gain insights into factors such as catchment area selection, storage capacity, filtration methods, and disinfection systems, resulting in improved system performance and reliability.
We teach cost savings by sharing knowledge about rainwater harvesting, harvesters can then identify cost-effective solutions and strategies to reduce expenses associated with water supply. This includes using appropriate materials, implementing efficient filtration methods, and optimizing system maintenance and best practices, ultimately leading to financial savings.
Community engagement is sharing knowledge and tools about rainwater harvesting, harvesters can actively engage with their communities and promote awareness about the importance of water conservation.
Overall, our mission is to teach rainwater harvesting best practices and equips harvesters with the necessary knowledge and skills to optimize their systems, reduce costs, promote sustainability, and engage with their communities effectively.
Hope to see you there!