PRACTICAL & ECO FRIENDLY.

Rain capture has become very popular for landscape irrigation, and rightly so. In fact, did you know that an average house roof will collect 1 000 gallons for every inch of rainfall? Natural rainwater is pretty clean and does not require much filtration. It can conveniently be reused to irrigate landscaping and as a secondary water supply.

Our highly-qualified team at Granby Composites can help you design the perfect rainwater harvesting system to carry out your projects. Whether it is for a garden or an alternative plumbing water supply, our underground fibreglass tanks are exactly what you’re looking for; you will be able to easily capture, divert and store rainwater for further use.

Granby Composites’ underground fibreglass rainwater tanks can store graywater and storm water as well. And we fully understand that very few people have room to spare for a big tank; this is why ours are buried under the ground, just below the frost line – convenient, handy and subtle!

Benefits

EASY AND ECONOMICAL INSTALLATION

  • Light weight
  • Easy to transport, even in regions with low population density
  • Ease of manipulation, even in restricted installation conditions
  • Quick and simple installation at an affordable cost

DURABLE AND MAINTENANCE-FREE

  • Resistant to corrosion and rust
  • Reusable

VARIABLE CAPACITY

  • Range of products ranging from 1300 to 40 000 gallons ( 5 to 150 m3)
  • Easy installation of multiple tanks for high volume water requirements
Eco friendly choice

DID YOU KNOW THAT 99% OF THE WATER WE USE IS NOT USED FOR CONSUMPTION?

During a one hour rain, about 6.6 Gallons of water may be collected for each 1 square yard. This means that an average home roof can collect more than 660 gallons every hour! Imagine commercial buildings often have flat roofs, perfect for collecting rainwater.

Your Granby Composites reservoir may be designed to recover up to 100% of the rain water.
A practical, eco-friendly solution.

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Applications
  • Green buildings
  • Rain water storage (Storm water)
  • Reuse rainwater