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St. Louis, MO 63127

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Water Repurposing

Rain Water Storage

Rain Water Harvesting

Rain water and storm water collection is a smart and environmentally friendly practice that can also save you money on your water and utility bills. It also lessens the amount of water racing into the storm sewer at peak times.

The average American uses about 100 gallons of water per day for showers, toilet flushing, clothes washing, cooking and lawn watering.

ASL & Drainscapes designs and provides systems capable of harvesting rain water, without causing further problems related to guttering and drainage.




 

R-Tank Systems

Custom R-Tank installations and designs provide underground storage of storm water.  This system can be used for detention, infiltration and recycling storm water when the site/property is flat with limited slope for pipe outlets above grade.

Cistern Systems

Custom cistern installations and designs are available in poly and precast materials with capacities varying between 750 to 1,800 gallons.  Packages can be offered using both automatic irrigation systems and hand operated lift stations. Conventionally, guttering downspouts and area drains for your property are integrated into the cistern system.


CPESC Missouri

Drainscapes is now a Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control. (CPESC) This prestigious title exemplifies our ample knowledge in the design and implementation of controlling runoff and soil losses during storm events.


American Rain Water Catchment Systems Association

OSHA Certified for Aerial Lift Operations

NDS Certified for Principles of Exterior Drainage

Certified Inspector for Grading and Major Land Disturbance

Certifield Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control CPESC Full

Angie's List ST. Louis Gutter Cleaning ARCSA Accredited Member - Storm Water Management
Best BBB Ratings Lead-Safelist.com Verified - Storm Water Management EPA Lead-Safe - Storm Water Management

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