Case Studies

Case Studies

Water is our most precious resource, and with over 25 years experience, Rain Harvesting is not just in our name, it’s in our DNA. While we’re Australian at heart, we help create safe, independent, sustainable water systems across our global community.

We’ve collaborated on roof gardens in New York, ranches in Texas, unit buildings in Kuala Lumpur, and cafes in Jamaica. From school projects in Brazil, to harvesting water for remote villages in Papua New Guinea.

Every day we are driven to ensure clean water is in abundance in more communities around the planet. We believe special things happen when people are engaged and participate in creating their own water journey. Below we’ve shared some of our favourite water journeys, and now we’d love to hear some of yours.

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South Africa

Rain Harvesting in South Africa

Rainwater harvesting in South Africa offers a sustainable solution to water scarcity, bolstering resilience in communities and agriculture.


Kobble Creek, Queensland

In regions with limited water access, rain harvesting is crucial. Carla faced significant water loss issues, but our effective solutions helped her overcome and optimise her system.


San Juan Ixhutepec

Discover how rain harvesting strategies are being employed in San Juan Ixhutepec to address the challenges posed by underdeveloped municipal water systems and rapid population growth, ensuring the availability of clean water for various purposes.


Lerma De Villada

Discover how rain harvesting strategies in Lerma De Villada, Mexico, are being implemented to ensure the availability of clean water amidst the strain on municipal water supply systems.


Cuautitlan Izcalli

Explore how rain harvesting strategies are being employed in Cuatitlan Izcalli, Mexico, to address the water crisis caused by overexploited aquifers and increasing population demands, ensuring the availability of clean water for various uses.

Installed Rain Water Collection System in Barra del Colorado Rain Harvesting by BMCo

Costa Rica

Barra del Colorado

Learn how Rain Harvesting is helping deliver safe, reliable access to clean water for the remote community of Barra del Colorado.

Rain Water Collection System at Ithaca Creek State School installed by Rain Harvesting BMCo


Ithaca Creek State School

Learn how Ithaca Creek State School is using Rain Harvesting to grow fresh vegetables.