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Landscape Irrigation and Water Features

Landscape Irrigation and Water Features
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LANDSCAPE IRRIGATION AND KINETIC WATER FEATURES are systems incorporating lawn sprinklers, tree or shrub drip irrigation, as well as small backyard ponds, waterfalls, and wildlife drinkers. Such elaborate systems often require a storage tank to make the system feasible and reliable during periods of below normal rainfall.  Rain water collected from summer storms can be used later in the fall when household wells and local reservoirs are being strained.

Reflection pools, fountains, and fish ponds require recirculation systems that filter and may also treat the water.  Circulation tanks increase the water volume and quality, stabilize the temperature, and provide storage when the system is shut down for cleaning or repair. Make-up water for evaporative loss can often be provided by rain if an underground storage tank is part of the design.

Darco manufactures underground tanks specifically configured for landscape irrigation and water features at commercial buildings, schools, golf courses, parks, highway rest stops, and cemeteries. Anywhere water can be collected, reused, or recycled cost effectively, you will find corrosion and rust proof fiberglass and polyethylene underground storage tanks.





Project Showcase

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Northstar Office Complex (Arkansas): Rain harvesting for landscape irrigation / 20,000 gallons

East LA Civic Center - Water feature in front of Civic Center (California): Underground polyethylene tank used to recycle water for the fountain / 4,000 gallons

Greenwich Country Day School (Connecticut): Rain harvesting for landscaping / 18,000 gal.

Cooper Residence - Residential Rain Water Harvesting System (Georgia): Underground polyethylene rain water tank for landscape irrigation / 16,000 gallons

Emory University (Georgia): Irrigation of Quadrangle / 20,000 gallons

Santa Fe Opera Building (New Mexico): Rain harvesting for irrigation / 14,000 gallons

Dinosaur Trail Office Building (New Mexico): Rain Harvesting for Irrigation / 70,000 gallons

Furman University & Cliffs Community Homes - 3,000 sq.ft. 'Green Built' model home (South Carolina): Underground tanks used for rain storage and organic garden irrigation / 12,000 gallons

Scarlett Residence (Tennessee): Residential underground rain water cistern for irrigation tank / 30,000 gallons

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