Xerxes water tanks in either underground or aboveground configurations have become a superior option for a wide range of water capture and storage applications. Water is increasingly viewed as a limited and precious resource. Collecting and reusing it has taken on a new significance.
Green Building projects that incorporate Xerxes fiberglass water tanks may qualify for points under the U.S. Green Building Council's Sustainable Sites and Water Efficiency categories of its Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rating system. The new LEED v4 rating criteria puts an increased focus on water conservation design and eligible points that can be captured utilizing Xerxes tanks.
- Rainwater harvesting
- Chiller unit condensation collection
- Greywater recycling systems
- Stormwater retention
The March/April issue of Water Efficiency features Xerxes fiberglass storage tanks in an article titled: The Water Storage Trio.
Watch this video to learn more about how a Xerxes storage tank can be incorporated into a rainwater harvesting system.
This recent video discusses a complete water harvesting system for a greenhouse construction project in Wisconsin that incorporates Xerxes underground fiberglass storage tanks.
Click here for a recent video of a rainwater harvesting project in Southern California that utilized 3 - 50,000 gallon Xerxes underground fiberglass storage tanks.