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Rain Harvesting Tanks

At National Storage Tank located in Santa Rosa, we have one of the largest inventories of plastic water storage tanks in the Western United States. Our large selection of tanks and friendly staff have made us the top choice for homeowners in Northern California to buy everything needed to store our most precious resource, WATER. If you live in Northern California you may also be eligible to take advantage of the rebate Marin Municipal Water District is now offering, details below! Browse our inventory or use the link below to find a broader selection of plastic water storage tanks

Marin Rebate

Any Of These Rain Harvesting Tanks Qualifies For The Rebate

5050 bushman

4,995 Gallon Rain Harvesting Low Profile Tank 129”D x 96”H

4,050 Gallon Poly HDPE Water Tank 102”D x 129”H-0

4,050 Gallon Rain Harvesting Round Tall Tank 101”D x 129”H

2,650 Gallon Rain Harvesting Round Tank 102”D x 80”H

1320 Gallon Round tank

1320 Gallon Rain Harvesting Round Tank 82”D x 72”H

1110 Gallon Rain Harvesting Round Tank 84”D x 56”H

865 Gallon Rain Harvesting Round Tall Tank 61”D x 75”H

660 Gallon round tank

660 Gallon Rain Harvesting Round Tank 71”D x 45”H

530 Gallon Rain Harvesting Slim Line Tank 25”D x 78”H x 86”L

420 Gallon Rain Harvesting Round Tall Tank 45”D x 64”H

265 Gallon Rain Harvesting Slimline Tank 25”D x 64”H x 59”L

205 Gallon Rain Havesting Round Tank 35”D x 60”H

130 Gallon Slimline Rain Harvesting Tank 17”D x 50”H x 49”L

Marin Municipal Water District Rain Barrel and Cistern Rebate Program

Up to $0.50 per gallon of storage, not to exceed actual cost. Total rebates for rain barrels and cisterns may not exceed $1,000 per site.

Rainwater harvesting is the practice of collecting rainwater from rooftops and storing it for later use. Most people use rainwater for landscape irrigation, although some larger-scale projects use rainwater to flush toilets or as cooling tower make-up water. This practice can reduce potable water use while also helping to limit erosion and polluted runoff that harms our creeks. Just one inch of rain on a 1,000 square-foot roof produces 600 gallons of runoff. Rainwater harvesting systems and roof gutters should be cleaned seasonally.

Remember that harvested rainwater, whether from a rain barrel or a cistern, can never be considered potable and safe for human consumption unless the water has been properly treated and disinfected.