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New mobile rainwater tank calculator available

We always like to let you know about great rainwater saving tips and ideas, and here is a great new app available for the Australian market. 

iSaveH2O helps you to discover how much rain water you can save by capturing water from your roof. Then see how much town water you can save by using rain water in your garden and home.

The app also has a live database of all the water saving products certified by the Smart WaterMark. This easy to use, comprehensive list enables you to identify water saving products and services when out and about.

The easy to use application will show you how much water can be saved using small, medium and large rain tanks. It will also show how much greenhouse gas emissions could be saved from the embedded energy in the collection, treatment and distribution of town water saved.

To ensure accurate results, daily rainfall, evaporation and temperature data from the Bureau of Meteorology for the past 10 years has been created for every postcode across Australia.

If you would like more information about this app, and to download it, go to the smartwatermark.org website.

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Cool going to check this out now, thanks

June 3, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterJason

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