Aquascape RainXchange Contractor
Serving Eastern Long Island New York ( NY )
Based In Sag Harbor, Serving The Hamptons & Surrounding Areas Of Suffolk County, NY
New Technology For Harvesting Our Most Valuable Resource !
Water is quickly becoming an “endangered species” on our blue planet. Urban growth around Eastern Long Island increases storm-water runoff, which in turn harms our natural waterways. All life requires water for survival. Learning about the benefits of rainwater harvesting, and the benefits of rainwater itself, and of course... becoming aware of the current state of our environmental condition is the first step in identifying viable solutions to ensure clean and healthy water for future generations.
From contractors to architects, city engineers to conservationists, we are inviting all those involved, or those who want to be involved, to be included in capitalizing on the “green” movement that’s sweeping our planet. For those principals there has never been a more opportune time to align their organizations around the greening of our planet. From water conservation to storm water management, LED lighting to xeriscaping, if it’s happening outdoors and it’s conservation-oriented, it can be part of the movement. Ask Us How we can help you achieve your sustainability goals with harvesting rainwater.
Not Your Typical Rainwater Storage System !
Do You Part To Help Our Environment !
It's As Easy As Installing An Aquascape Rainwater Harvesting Barrel
Alter Ecosystems Proudly Supports
The Aquascape Foundation
The Aquascape Foundation is a not for profit 501 3C organization established in 2008 by Carla Wittstock. The mission of The Foundation is to create sustainable solutions for the world-wide water crisis. The purpose of The Foundation is to promote awareness of water as our most precious resource through environmental, educational and philanthropic efforts. One of the ways they accomplish this mission is utilizing Aquascape's RainXchange® Rainwater Harvest System as a solution to bringing clean drinking water to places where people currently have no access.