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Great Exeter City Futures Autumn Connect event tonight - lots of interest & Tweets for @RainShare 😊

More visibility for RainShare and our colleague's enterprise OTA, out in WWT magazine today!

http://wwtonline.co.uk/…/rainwater-spin-out-companies-offer…

Researchers from the University of Exeter's Centre for Water Systems are putting the latest rainwater harvesting and SuDS thinking into... Read more here.
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Sarah will be presenting here on 20th Sept!

Exeter City Futures Connect Events Exeter City Futures is pleased to announce the launch of our quarterly Connect events. These events are an opportunity to share your ideas on the big problems that you believe Exeter needs to solve as it transitions towards becoming energy independent and congestio...
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New research - Colombian context this time! http://www.mdpi.com/2073-4441/9/7/516

Rainwater harvesting (RWH) and greywater reuse (GWR) are increasingly being considered at the building-level to achieve multiple goals. Cost-benefit assessments facilitate decision-making; however, most are focused on large-scale systems with limited information available for households from develop...
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RainShare added 4 new photos to the album: Funder Logos.

Fab chat today with Rowena Ironside @WOBUK inspirational hearing about redressing the gender balance at board level https://www.womenonboards.net/en-GB/Home

Women on Boards UK support non executive director (NED) careers with hundreds of non executive director vacancies as well as trustee roles. Women on Boards UK also run events and provide one on one support.
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Top tip for RainSharing: if you use a lot of water on your allotment see if neighbouring houses are willing to share their runoff. It's easy to divert a few water butts to a main communal tank for watering the veg!

Thanks to everyone for the liked so far! 💙

RainShare added 11 new photos to the album: Past blog pics.
July 3, 2017
Here are a load of past blog updates! Archiving them off the website before it gets taken down in a couple months. New blog posts here/on the main FB page very soon too!
Blog-tastic updates!
Q1: Do we need some sort of agreement in place if we are participating in a RainShare scheme?
A1: This is probably an essential for all Contributors and Beneficiaries, just to make sure everyone knows where everyone stands (and no one is left standing out in the rain!). Once you’ve found your RainShare ‘match’ you’ll need to get the details down. That way everyone is protected and clear about the arrangements. At RainShare we have a free ‘legaleese’-type template that one of our legal experts created to adapt to your project (please ask us for it and we’ll send it to you). However, if you wan...

Devon RainSharers!

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RainSharers share runoff from roofs so drinking-quality water doesn't have to be used for watering gardens, flushing loos or cleaning cars & also so it doesn't take up room in sewers that are meant for wastewater...Better for us & better for the environment!
We’ve had a website for a while, but realise it’s not really sustainable and we can be much more active on Facebook and Twitter without wasting money on a website - that way we can use any funds we get on directly helping out local community projects, a much better idea!
So please, network with us and spread the love of using rainwater and r...