RainSpace can be used to store water for any reason:  Stormwater Management (infiltration, retention, and detention) to comply with NPDES (National Pollution Discharge Elimination Standards), storing water on acreage with low or non-producing wells; supplementing the municipal water supply or reducing municipal water rates; rainwater capture for landscaping or other uses. The installed Chamber can take virtually any shape—long and narrow, square, round, curved. This allows RainSpace to provide large amounts of water capacity in places where no other solutions will work.

The owner of an urban orchard of specimen fruit trees in Monterey County, California wanted to capture stormwater to irrigate with untreated, pharmaceutical-free water and also avoid the very high water rates charged by the local utility company. Studying the available natural water resources, it was determined that a 5,000 gallon RainSpace... more