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Harvesting water that falls on country: planning for rainwater tanks in remote Australia (2005)

Author

Grey-Gardner R, Wright A, Boyce S

City

Alice Springs

Type

Report

Institution

Centre for Appropriate Technology

 

Description

This guide provides useful hints and information for people planning to collect rainwater for drinking. It is based on research conducted by the Centre for Appropriate Technology in remote Indigenous communities. Particular attention is given to the safety and management of drinking water supplies.

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Last updated: 14 July 2010
 
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