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11/1/2013 at 9:00:39 PM GMT
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Future of RWH - John Hammerstrom

My view of the future of Rainwater Harvesting is a state of affairs in which this relatively pristine, but generally wasted natural resource is broadly appreciated for its value and widely collected and used in sustainable ways to help solve potable, nonpotable, stormwater and energy challenges throughout the world.


Among the keys to attainment of that vision are a minimalist, friendly, facilitating and uniform regulatory environment that nevertheless ensures quality of system design, installation and maintenance; regulatory, legislative and code guidance that encourages this new economic sector; an educational network that innovates, researches and teaches the best RWH methods; development of new and old relationships with natural allies; outreach to reassure potential opponents; and an organization like ARCSA whose leaders and members relentlessly pursue such a vision.


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