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Rain Recycler™

Central Ontario Seepage Solutions continues to “Think Outside The Box” … another reason why we are the leading name in the basement waterproofing industry.

Recycle your rain or ground water with the innovative Rain Recycler™ from Central Ontario Seepage Solutions….Leader in design innovations for the basement waterproofing industry.

The Water Grabber® Bull Dog™ pumps the water normally discharged to your lawn, to a holding tank. The water is no longer wasted by pumping it out to the lawn, while it is raining. We saved it for the spring and summer months for watering the lawn. Watering ban restrictions and high water bills are common during the summer months. The storage of previously wasted water solves these problems.

Central Ontario Seepage Solutions innovative thinking has developed a product never produced before. Central Ontario Seepage Solutions invented, developed and patent pended this product.

The lean design of our Rain Recycler™ makes this product functional and desirable. The tank is 62 inches wide, 29 ½” from the wall, and 61” high making it possible to fit any basement, finished or unfinished. The design of the Rain Recycler™ is unique. A potential 3 pump system provided a virtually fool proof product.

We discharge from the Water Grabber® Bull Dog™ into our 375 gallon holding tank. This stores the ground water in the tank until you need it during the spring or summer. In the holding tank we install two (2) 1/3 h.p. pumps. One is designed to be turned on by a switch located by your new spigot (installed by us). Turn on the switch to activate the pump and then pumps to your garden hose or sprinkler system.

The other pump is set up if the water rises toward the “overflow” storage level. This pump will automatically discharge the water to a line and Freeze Stop® with Bubbler Pot® or Lawn Magnum™ installed in your yard. The Rain Recycler™ system can have tanks run in a series, which can store water for use during town water bans and droughts. Watering your lawn using town water can be very expensive. The capability to store rain/ground water, save it and use it when needed, will save money for every household.

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