Seattle Commercial Rainwater Collection Tank Installation

Steel Tanks Harvest RainwaterRainBank recently completed construction of three steel rainwater collection tanks for the Vulcan Project in South Lake Union. Seattle.  All three tanks will be used for toilet flushing and irrigation. Reducing stormwater for commercial projects is a direct approach to stormwater runoff and reducing pollution in the Puget Sound.

Ken Blair, President of RainBank LLC states, “RainBank installs steel tanks for commercial rainwater harvesting applications. A factory approved installer of CorGal water tanks, RainBank has also participated in numerous projects for Braley-Gray and Associates in Seattle, WA and Portland, OR.”

Steel Tanks for Commercial Rainwater Collection

Through landscaping irrigation, large commercial projects are infiltrating stormwater from rainwater collection rather than sending it down storm drains. Since toilets are the larger use of city water, harvested rainwater for toilet flushing can mitigate up to 70 percent of water used at a commercial building.

Do you want to learn more on how your business can reduce the cost of city water usage while reducing stormwater runoff?  Leave a comment below.

Ken Blair
A rainwater collection systems designer and consultant, Ken has designed and installed residential and commercial systems, primarily in the northwest United States for more than 10 years and, in 2014, began consulting and managing builds in other states. Ken is an accredited ARCSA Professional Designer / Installer and Life Member, the Northwest Regional ARCSA representative and advisor to its education committee and is available to speak about Rainwater Collection Systems design and builds.

Ken is a United States Navy veteran, having served on active duty during the Vietnam War era. He attained the rate of E-4 Machinist Mate.

A career entrepreneur, Ken created a new business focus with a commercial dive company in Hawaii in the mid 1980′s to respond to and clean up oil spills, oil spill equipment training, service and maintenance for the oil co-op service industry. Ken is passionate about having a positive impact on the environment and is also a founding director of BANK-ON-RAIN (2011-2014), whose mission is to create grassroots solutions for rainwater collection for consumption and agriculture in developing areas of the planet.

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