The Earth’s ecological processes provide us with clean air, fresh water and food to sustain life, and the raw materials to make the products we use every day.  Climate Incorporated cares about how our activities can impact the Earth’s ability to continue providing these essential ecological services to future generations.  There are simple systems today than can dramatically reduce that usage of water and deliver very real profit and loss savings year over year.

Climate Inc.’s rainwater harvesting systems are well designed and our Project Protection Plans (P.P.P.) maintain them accordingly, providing a significantly higher quality of natural rainwater for both commercial and residential usage.

Our customer base ranges from the world’s largest home improvement retailer, The Home Depot, Cox Enterprises, Coca Cola, Smithsonian Institute, mining and oil companies, municipalities, colleges and local schools, state and local parks and recreation departments, fire stations, storage facilities, plantations and farms, as well as private homeowners.

Design, Furnish, and Turnkey Solutions

The standards are intended to be consistent with and complimentary to the requirements of the Uniform Plumbing Code, International Plumbing Code, National Institute of Health, and local Board of Health. However, installers are advised to consult with the plumbing authority regarding local conditions, requirements and restrictions.

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Project Protection Plans (P.P.P.)

Inspection and maintenance schedules vary depending on the type of system and the intended use of harvested water.  Active systems have similar basic maintenance requirements to passive systems, namely debris removal and filter maintenance.  Because active systems are larger and typically include more components, some additional maintenance may be required depending on the design.

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Products and Additional Services

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Industry Definitions

Rainwater Catchment System is defined as a system that utilizes the principal of collecting and using precipitation from a rooftop or other manmade, above ground collection surface.

Rainwater systems are capable of producing high quality water to the levels that meet public utility standards, but only if properly maintained by the system owner or operator.  The objectives of this Standard are to provide guidance in how to provide and maintain a healthy alternative to utility provided water and to optimize rainwater utilization while ensuring that:

  • A. Consumers of rainwater are safeguarded from illness as a consequence of poor design, installation, maintenance or illegal work.
  • B. The public is safeguarded from injury or loss of amenity due to a failure of the supply, installation, maintenance, or operation of the rainwater catchment system.
  • C. The Rainwater System will serve to maintain and enhance the quality of the environment while ensuring compliance with the intent of relevant regulations and government officials.

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Project Management

Common responsibilities of a Construction Manager fall into the following 7 categories: Project Management Planning, Cost Management, Time Management, Quality Management, Contract Administration, Safety Management, and CM Professional Practice. CM professional practice includes specific activities, such as defining the responsibilities and management structure of the project management team, organizing and leading by implementing project controls, defining roles and responsibilities, developing communication protocols, and identifying elements of project design and construction likely to give rise to disputes and claims.

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