Water Harvesting Project: Bear Down Gym. Bond Lengsfield Nicole Lorenz Richard Sivils Frank Suarez. UNVR 195A-003 Water Resources In the Tucson Basin: Fall 2003. What is water harvesting?.
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Bear Down Gym
UNVR 195A-003 Water Resources In the Tucson Basin: Fall 2003
Water harvesting is the act of collecting water from nature itself and storing it so it can be used for alternative purposes.
Water harvesting has the potential to be a great source of additional water to be used for irrigation and agricultural purposes around the world
Bear Down Gym
The mission is to harvest water from three buildings, Bear Down Gym, Main Library and Science Library. The collection of water will be stored in the Bear Down swimming pool. The water will be used for irrigation in the surrounding areas as needed.
The Bear Down Pool can store:
21,639 cubic feet from the Main Library
9,558 cubic feet from the Bear Down Gym
+8,039 cubic feet from the Science Library
NO WAY, CAN’T FIT ALL THAT AGUA!!
The pool can only hold 24,300 cubic feet of water.
Can we fix this dilemma???? I sure hope so...