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The Rainwater Harvesting Association is the national representative body of the Australian rainwater harvesting industry.

 

 

Australians have a long standing love affair with water tanks - for good reasons

The Association works to:

·  support sustainable water use in Australia;

·  support the 5.1 million Australians who own a rainwater tank (ABS, 2013);

·  promote rainwater harvesting as an integral part of sustainable water management; 

·  maintain standards and guidelines for rainwater harvesting in Australia.


These actions grow and develop the $500 million Australian rainwater harvesting industry.


Whats the Latest?


February 2016 New blog on Rainwater Harvesting System Maintenance - Pumps


February 2016 The Rainwater Harvesting Association's next breakfast event will be in Sydney on April 20 on the future of housing design in Australia


February 2016 Rainwater Harvesting Summer 2016 News


December 2015 A great report from the Australian Bureau of Statistics on Rainwater Harvesting, on the Ripple Effect - Rainwater Harvesting goes Mainstream

 

December 2015 - Press Release - $500 million of water from rainwater tanks as Governments ignore rainwater harvesting

 

November 2015 Three new blogs on the Ripple Effect in November
El Nino 2015 and the Cost of Water,
Rainwater Harvesting is an integrated Policy Solution,
Rainwater Harvesting System Maintenance - Design


25 November 2015 - Clarification The RHAA is pleased at the level of interest in the report by Dr PJ Coombes et al about water servicing costs, sustainable buildings policy and rainwater harvesting. The newspaper article in the Sunshine Coast Daily on 23 November 2015 has added two different elements of the report, the whole of society benefit and the water utility profits, to derive a figure of $7.3 billion. This figure was subsequently quoted by the ABC Sunshine Coast Radio and is not correct. The whole of community benefit is actually $3.5 billion between now and 2056, the increased profitability of water utilities of $3.8 billion is a different macroeconomic benefit that cannot be added to the whole of society benefit. We thank the Sunshine Coast Daily and the ABC Sunshine Coast for supporting this important discussion.


November 2015 - Notice of AGM 3pm, 26 November Dove and Olives Hotel, Surry Hills, Sydney
October 2015 - El Nino 2015 - Getting Hot. The El Nino event is a big one, and is likely to intensify heatwaves in urban areas on the Ripple Effect Blog


September 2015 - Wicking Beds, this is the Rolls Royce of Vegetable beds on the Ripple Effect blog


August 2015 - RHAA makes submissions to the Australian Building Control Board on backflow prevention and rainwater harvesting


August 2015 - Sustainable Buildings Breakfast Zinc at Federation Square Melbourne, presentations are now available for downloading here


June 2015 - Press release - Rainwater Harvesting Association welcomes Senate Enquiry into non-conforming building products


June 2015 - Breakfast conference in Brisbane 11th June - Presentations for Download


May 2015 -  Launch of the sustainable water use blog site - The Ripple Effect  


May 2015 -  Invitation to our industry breakfast - 11 June, Brisbane Event - Sustainable Housing 


May 2015 - Press Release - This rainwater tank is worth more than a new car 

May 2015 - RHAA purchases the not for profit sustainable water use blog Ripple Effect from the savewater Alliance

April 2015 - Membership invoices sent out for 2015/16

January 2015 - Press Release - Realising our assets in rainwater

November 2014 - CSIRO study on savings and conditions of rainwater tanks released 

August 2014 - Sydney Event Presentations - download the rainwater harvesting presentations here

 

Last Updated on Monday, 21 March 2016 09:20
 
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