Given that a fairly efficient three-ton central air conditioning unit will produce as many as 15 gallons of water a day, the water conserved adds up fast
AIR-igator : A 24” diameter, 65 gallon polyethylene tank is buried in the ground and the condensate drain pipe plumbed straight in.
At a time of severe water shortages and ever-hotter summers, conservation of water for gardens is increasingly important. But you can only collect rainwater when it’s raining. What about the rest of the time? The AIR-igator ingeniously solves this problem by collecting condensate from air conditioners, storing it and then automatically drip-watering. So, the hotter it gets, the more water your garden gets.
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