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56 - Solving common pump issues in rainwater harvesting systems

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Q: Which of the following is an essential rainwater harvesting requirement?
A: Rainwater harvesting systems should always keep rainwater separate from mains water supply
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Q: Incorrectly sized and selected pumps in rainwater harvesting systems can increase energy consumption by up to how much?
A: 40%
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Q: What is the purpose of household rainwater harvesting?
A: To collect and reuse rainwater in domestic applications like flushing toilets, watering gardens or washsing clothes.
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Q: Why do some rainwater harvesting pumps make lots of noise?
A: Older, outdated technology can cause vibrations in the water piping system.