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Modern Homes with Rainwater Collection Systems

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When it comes to designing sustainably, there might be no easier resource to harness than water. Pulled from the sky, it can be stored indefinitely and easily used in fixtures like faucets and toilets, thereby cutting back on a home's environmental footprint.

A rainwater catchment system feeds a cistern and outdoor shower.
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