Water Harvesting Techniques & Design Services for Civil and Plumbing Engineers


Published: Dec 22, 2022 | by Wahaso Water Harvesting Solutions

Water Harvesting Techniques & Design Services for Civil and Plumbing Engineers

If you are an architect, civil engineer or plumbing engineer designing a water harvesting system or searching for “Water Harvesting Techniques” we can help! Wahaso’s services include feasibility studies, schematics, P&ID diagrams and full specifications to assist architects and engineers in the successful implementation of these water saving systems.

With over two decades in this market we decided early on to provide complimentary design support to make it easier to specify a water harvesting system customized to your project.

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Once design has been completed we build a pre-plumbed and pre-wired skid mounted package and work closely with the project contracting team to install and commission the system. During design we use over 6 years of rain data to accurately forecast daily water availability. Our cistern sizing algorithm ensures that the harvesting equipment saves the maximum amount of water while keeping costs as low as possible.

Water Harvesting Techniques & Design Services for Civil and Plumbing Engineers

Customers like Google, Amazon, Whole Foods, UCLA

All supply and demand inputs are carefully analyzed to make sure that the equipment delivers the best return on investment for your client. Customers like Google, Amazon, Whole Foods, UCLA and 100s of others have trusted Wahaso to design and build their water reuse systems. Call us today for a free analysis.


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Our mission at Wahaso is to help municipalities and commercial property owners reduce the impact of their buildings on the environment through innovative and sustainable water practices.