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CELEBRATING RAINWATER HARVESTING for Non-Potable and Potable Applications

Tuesday, July 17, 2018   (0 Comments)
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Non-Potable and Potable Applications: 


Blue Frontiers Pte. Ltd. and ARCSA have joined their human and technical forces, and mutually beneficial goals to collect rainwater for non-potable and potable uses on floating islands.Blue Frontiers Pte. Ltd. is realizing the promise of seasteading, building resilient floating islands and innovative governing frameworks, including sustainable water management. Founded in 2017 by the Executive Director and Seavangelist of The Seasteading Institute, a Belarusian businessman, a former Polynesian government minister, and a French entrepreneur, Blue Frontiers is a company made up of passionate individuals from Polynesia and Beyond. Floating islands and its inhabitants need a reliable supply of usable water.

The mission of the 501(c) 6 ( is to provide resources and information on rainwater and stormwater collection, to promote the advancement of rainwater conservation and to work with government at all levels in promoting rainwater and stormwater management. The ARCSA Foundation 501(c)3 ( mission is to serve as the global resource for rainwater and stormwater harvesting by promoting research, education and thought leadership, focusing on general education and rainwater collection and use system research.

And this is where ARCSA plays an important technical role for Blue Frontiers efforts to promote onsite rainwater and stormwater supply solutions, both regulatory and technical, especially small, decentralized, onsite harvesting systems adaptable and appropriate for such floating island projects. The two groups have common goals and objectives:


  • Blue Frontiers is interested in advancing sustainable self-sufficient onsite water usage in itsislands, strategies related to the activities of ARCSA, e.g. IOT which supports the development of seasteads.
  • Both companies believe we have to invest in and create a sustainable and technologically advanced world, through self-sufficient water applications. 
  • ARCSA offers technical expertise and advanced training in rainwater and stormwater collection, treatment and use systems.
  • Blue Frontiers plans to have a startup accelerator (or some other project component related to the PARTNER) in its SeaZone™, focusing on sustainable water management.

For more information, please contact Jeff Falcusan, Executive Director ARCSA, at 480.289.5766 or, or for Blue Frontiers, Laurel Tincher

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