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Monday, August 1, 2011

Transforming Rooftop Tanks

RWC follower and friend Amitangshu sent me this link about an artist taking on the challenge to beautify rooftop water tanks.

The artist? Read more here.  
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One of the unique things is that whether we were out at sea or in the middle of the water tank, a lot of times you just couldn't leave. Especially when we were out at sea. ~ Actor John C. Reilly

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  2. Everyone must be aware of conserving water resources.Every drop of it counts and so make ways on how you can help.It is for the benefit of the next generation.

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  3. I've never believed in the power of art like they state they do. Millions of followers on via an app? That's really cool. If one person actually starts to conserve water because of this art then it's served its purpose. Maybe if conservation can be presented through a passion (such as this) it will spread more quickly and become the latest "hip" thing to do. Three cheers to MOVE. I hope you reach your mission statement.

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  4. Rooftop water tanks also form part of the total look of our house. If you want your house to look good, all its elements should also look beautiful. Water storage tanks should also be kept in proper working condition to prevent unnecessary waste of water.

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