Can you drink rainwater

Can You Drink Rainwater? Safely Store Rainwater as a Potable Drinking Water Source

    As rainwater comes down on the insulated metal roof, the only question is how much will be collected. The Pioneer Water Tank already has almost 25,000-gallons of clean rainwater safely stored away, but today’s gain is still great to have on hand. This is a reality for many Americans already living off of […]

Fighting Fires and Bushfire Protection in Australia with Pioneer Water Tanks

    Pioneer Water Tanks have been developing water storage solutions for the harsh conditions of Australia for over 30 years. Australia’s extreme fire-prone areas and remote communities without water mains make for durable water needs. Pioneer Water Tanks are implemented for fire protection applications throughout the county for the advantages of the engineered system. […]

Fire Protection Water Storage Solutions Provided by Tanks Alot

Fire Protection Water Storage Solutions Provided by Tanks Alot in Boerne Texas

    Fire Protection Water Storage Solutions Provided by Tanks Alot in Boerne, Texas On top of all of the irrigation and rainwater harvesting solutions that Tanks Alot offers, they are ready to provide fire protection water storage tanks. Tanks Alot is an accredited dealer of Pioneer Water Tanks as a full-service-provider for a wide […]

Why You'll Never Complain about Your Pioneer Water Tanks Being Too Big

Why You’ll Never Complain About Your Pioneer Water Tank Being Too Big

    Why You’ll Never Complain About Your Pioneer Water Tank Being Too Big, with Harvested Rain Solutions in Austin, Texas   Water storage capacity is the supply available, and nobody ever complains about having too much. On average, one-inch of rainwater collected from a 1,000-square foot roof can yield about 600 gallons. Without the […]

Planning for Water Self Sufficiency

Planning for Water Self Sufficiency with a Large Capacity Pioneer Water Tank

    Planning for Water Self Sufficiency with a Large Capacity Pioneer Water Tank The first step to planning water self-sufficiency is to adequately prepare for daily water usage with the capacity for a backup. Estimating household water usage should go as detailed as possible. Every detail from the number of showers and the efficiency […]

Smart Water Savers with Pioneer Water Tanks

Pioneer Water Tanks New Option to Add Smart Water Savers Increases Rainwater Collection

    Pioneer Water Tanks New Option to Add Smart Water Savers Increases Rainwater Collection   Pioneer Water Tanks is proud to announce the new Smart Water Saver option. Smart Water adds 1.2MM water flow slots to the rooftop allowing for the potential to harvest hundreds of gallons extra of rainwater.   The amount of […]

Preparing Pioneer Water Tanks for Cold Weather

Preparing Pioneer Water Tanks for Cold Weather

    Safely store clean water in cold weather and in the winter with Pioneer Water Tanks America Pioneer Water Tanks are engineered to work best within the recommended temperature range of the AQUALINER® Fresh tank liner (-22°F to 158°F) with the option to implement the Industratex® liner that can withstand a constant temperature down […]

Oklahoma Pioneer Fire Protection System for Easy Access to Water

    Oklahoma Pioneer Fire Protection System Provides Easy Access to Water   Pioneer Water Tanks America provided a fire protection system for a commercial property in Durant, Oklahoma in September. The project included Ben Pedraza, Innovative Water Solutions, Hydrona LLC and Tank Builders for a coordinated installation.   The fire protection system implements an […]

Using Rainwater for Fire Protection According to NFPA

Using Rainwater for Fire Protection with Regards to NFPA 13

    Fire Protection Water Solutions   Pioneer Water Tanks America exhibited and spoke at the 2019 National Fire Protection Association Conference & Expo. We provide residential and commercial water storage solutions with NFPA compliant fire protection options.   Pioneer Water Tanks America presented Using Rainwater for Fire Protection, with regards to NFPA 13 A.23.21. […]

The 2019 Pioneer Water Tanks America Dealer Conference

      The 2019 Pioneer Water Tanks America Dealer Conference: Leading the Way in Water happened on April 26th – 27th, at the Retreat at Balcones Springs in Marble Falls. The gathering included our dealer and installer network that came from Australia, Mexico, California, and from around Texas.   Scott Barnett with Pioneer Water […]

Using Rain Water as a Water Source

      Pioneer Water Tanks Provide Clean and Fresh Rainwater Storage   Rainwater harvesting is legal across America, with eight states that have restrictions. For example, Colorado residents can legally collect rainwater but only up to 150-Gallons, according to Colorado House Bill 16-1005 (2016)   (Learn More about the Legality of Rainwater Harvesting)   […]

Free Rainwater Harvesting Guides in Texas

    Collecting Rain Today for a Better Tomorrow   Turn your roof into a water collection source with rainwater harvesting. Texas has one of the most comprehensive laws protecting rainwater harvesting, the Texas House Bill 3391. In 2001, Texas excluded components of rainwater harvesting systems from sales tax, Section 151.355 of the Texas Tax […]

Fire Protection Water Tanks

      Fire Protection Water Tanks   Pioneer Water Tanks comply with NFPA 22 standards for fire protection water tanks. The tank body and roof are made of Zincalume® Steel, proven to withstand fire immersion. Our full lines of firefighting adapters and nozzles are compatible with fire hoses across North America.   Pioneer Water […]

California Property Tax Exemption for New Rainwater Systems in Effect January 1, 2019

      Only Pioneer Provides Rainwater Systems with Long-Lasting Storage   California Senate Bill No. 558, or as it was first known as Prop 72, passed and was approved by the Governor on January 31, 2018. This act added and repealed Section 74.8 of the California Revenue and Taxation Code to exclude property taxes […]

The Lower Colorado River Authority Rainwater System Rebate

      Only Pioneer Provides Rainwater Systems with Long-Lasting Storage   The Lower Colorado River Authority offers rebates for rainwater systems to qualifying customers. The LCRA may provide rebates for 50% of the total cost, up to $600, per residential property for upgrades to conserve water and increase efficiency.   Rebate eligibility for LCRA […]

Rainwater rebates in New Braunfels Texas

Rebates for Rainwater Systems in New Braunfels Texas

      Only Pioneer Provides Rainwater Systems with the Longest-Lasting Storage   The City of New Braunfels in Texas offers rebates for rainwater systems based on $0.50 per gallon of water storage. The maximum rebate allowed is $250 for qualifying New Braunfels utility customers. This compensation program is with the New Braunfels Utility office […]

Houston Fire Protection Water Tanks for Residential and Commercial Needs

      Ready to Supply Water in an Emergency or For Everyday   The Harris County Fire Code requires enough water supply/pressure, called fire flow, in case of fire emergencies.   507.1 Required water supply. An approved water supply capable of supplying the required fire flow for fire protection shall be provided to premises […]

The Harris County Fire Flow Calculator

      Providing Harris County with Water Storage for Fire Protection   Harris County requires permits and plan submittals for new fire alarm and fire sprinkler systems to include providing the required water supply, the fire flow, for the building.   FIRE-FLOW: The flow rate of a water supply, measured at 20 pounds per […]

How does a rainwater tank work?

    Only Pioneer Can Protect Rainwater Clean Enough to Drink   Rainwater can be collected off of a rooftop as a sustainable water source and stored in a Pioneer Water Tank for later use. Depending on the system set up, the rainwater can be used for domestic and in some cases, as the primary […]

The City of Round Rock Offers Rebates for Rainwater Systems

    Only Pioneer Provides Rainwater Systems with Long-Lasting Storage   The city of Round Rock, Texas offers rebates for rainwater systems for qualifying residents. The city of Round Rock water customers is eligible, while MUD customers are not. The City is incentivizing rainwater systems as a water conservation effort to reduce utility water use […]

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