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Greywater and Rainwater
Perth and Fremantle - Australia
Water Capture - Mark Harland


Our Philosophy is simple – “To reduce your homes dependency on mains water” We want your house to utilise the benefits of Rainwater and Grey water.

Mark Harland lives in the Fremantle area and started ‘Water Capture’ in 2008. “My aim is for more people in Perth to be aware of the water saving options around the home.” Mark can visit your home and give advice and a quote regarding both Greywater and Rainwater.

Rainwater is a free natural resource that falls on the homes roof. In many country and rural areas it is the only source of water for the house. It is considered precious and needs to sustain the house throughout the year. Perth’s population is rapidly increasing; our average annual rainfall is decreasing meaning less water in our dams. Our underground water reserves are being depleted, meaning Governments are needing to find alternatives to supply West Australians with water.

Desalinisation plants are power hungry and have an environmental impact. As home owners we have a choice. We can supplement our homes water usage by installing a Rainwater harvesting system.

Rainwater can be stored and used for gardens or pumped into the house and used for toilet flushing, washing machines, showers or whole of home.
‘Water Capture’ can install a variety of rainwater tanks, water pumps, water filters, switching devices and gutter mesh to suit your individual rainwater requirements.

We also convert swimming pools into rainwater storage tanks.

Greywater in Western Australia generally is sent to the gardens around your house via dripline irrigation.

Grey water is classified as the water coming from the homes basins, vanities, troughs, washing machines, laundry and shower/bath. Kitchen and dishwasher waste water contains high amounts of fats and solids and cannot be sent to Grey water systems.

Approximately 60 % of in-house water consumption goes to the bath/shower and the washing machine. That represents about 215 liters per household per day in Perth. This water can be captured in a Grey water system and diverted to your homes gardens. Again, we are reducing the need for scheme water when we can use the homes waste water on our gardens.

Water Capture can recommend a suitable Grey water system for your home. With many years of experience our business can provide a complete package with drawings and council applications, installation of the system, the garden greywater irrigation and filtration, council inspection, a handover manual and ongoing maintenance if required.

GWIG - Greywater and Wastewater Industry Group   - Member of GWIG (Greywater & Wastewater Industry Group) since inception
- Mark Harland is a GWIG Committee Member



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