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Een regenton is een ton waarin regenwater wordt opgevangen via de regenpijp, die gewoonlijk het water vanuit de dakgoot opvangt. Eine Regentonne ist ein Behälter zum Sammeln und Speichern von Regenwasser. Im Gegensatz zu einer Zisterne ist die Regentonne in der Regel nicht fest eingebaut, sondern beweglich und kann insbesondere für die Wintermonate entfernt werden. Des Weiteren kann sie nur Wasser für wenige Wochen speichern. Nachdem in den 1960er Jahren fassähnliche Konstruktionen aus Holz üblich waren, gibt es heute fast ausschließlich Regentonnen aus Kunststoff. Üblich sind Fassungsvolumina zwischen 200 und 500 Litern. Das Wasser der Regentonne wird im Wesentlichen zur Gartenbewässerung verwendet. Die Entnahme erfolgt in der Regel von Hand mit einer Gießkanne oder einem Eimer. A rainwater tank (sometimes called a rain barrel in North America in reference to smaller tanks, or a water butt in the UK) is a water tank used to collect and store rain water runoff, typically from rooftops via rain gutters. A rainwater catchment or collection (also known as "rainwater harvesting") system can yield 2358 litres (623 gal) of water from 2.54 cm (1 in) of rain on a 93 m2 (1,000 sq ft) roof. Rainwater tanks are devices for collecting and maintaining harvested rain.
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Eine Regentonne ist ein Behälter zum Sammeln und Speichern von Regenwasser. Im Gegensatz zu einer Zisterne ist die Regentonne in der Regel nicht fest eingebaut, sondern beweglich und kann insbesondere für die Wintermonate entfernt werden. Des Weiteren kann sie nur Wasser für wenige Wochen speichern. Nachdem in den 1960er Jahren fassähnliche Konstruktionen aus Holz üblich waren, gibt es heute fast ausschließlich Regentonnen aus Kunststoff. Üblich sind Fassungsvolumina zwischen 200 und 500 Litern. Das Wasser der Regentonne wird im Wesentlichen zur Gartenbewässerung verwendet. Die Entnahme erfolgt in der Regel von Hand mit einer Gießkanne oder einem Eimer. Aufgefangen wird dabei ausschließlich Wasser von Dachflächen, welches über entsprechende Vorrichtungen im Fallrohr der Dachrinne umgeleitet und der Regentonne zugeführt wird. Es ist umfangreiches Zubehör zur Filterung und zur Entnahme des Wassers erhältlich. A rainwater tank (sometimes called a rain barrel in North America in reference to smaller tanks, or a water butt in the UK) is a water tank used to collect and store rain water runoff, typically from rooftops via rain gutters. A rainwater catchment or collection (also known as "rainwater harvesting") system can yield 2358 litres (623 gal) of water from 2.54 cm (1 in) of rain on a 93 m2 (1,000 sq ft) roof. Rainwater tanks are devices for collecting and maintaining harvested rain. Rainwater tanks are installed to make use of rain water for later use, reduce mains water use for economic or environmental reasons, and aid self-sufficiency. Stored water may be used for watering gardens, agriculture, flushing toilets, in washing machines, washing cars, and also for drinking, especially when other water supplies are unavailable, expensive, or of poor quality, and when adequate care is taken that the water is not contaminated and is adequately filtered. Underground rainwater tanks can also be used for retention of stormwater for release at a later time and offer a variety of benefits described in more detail below. In arid climates, rain barrels are often used to store water during the rainy season for use during dryer periods. Rainwater tanks may have a high (perceived) initial cost. However, many homes use small scale rain barrels to harvest minute quantities of water for landscaping/gardening applications rather than as a potable water surrogate. These small rain barrels, often recycled from food storage and transport barrels or, in some cases, whiskey and wine aging barrels, are often inexpensive. There are also many low cost designs that use locally available materials and village level technologies for applications in developing countries where there are limited alternatives for potable drinking water. While most are properly engineered to screen out mosquitoes, the lack of proper filtering or closed loop systems may create breeding grounds for larvae. With tanks used for drinking water, the user runs a health risk if maintenance is not carried out. Een regenton is een ton waarin regenwater wordt opgevangen via de regenpijp, die gewoonlijk het water vanuit de dakgoot opvangt.
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Some of the rainwater tanks around CERES Community Environment Park, in Melbourne, Australia.
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