Managing water is becoming increasingly important in both urban and rural areas alike. As infrastructure ages, this is presenting a considerable problem for communities struggling to develop effective strategies to manage excesses within the water supply.
Sustainable water management is possible without the need to spend millions of dollars to dig new trench lines and lay expensive pipe. It can be achieved by adding infrastructure that acts a sponge soaking up excess water without having to deposit it within the drainage system.
By adding native trees, grasses, and additional green areas throughout your community, you create natural filters that help remove pollutants from the water supply while adding attractive biomass to the landscape. The result is that you reduce strain on the existing water infrastructure while adding value to the community. It’s a win for the environment, and it’s a win for the residents who get to enjoy clean air, beautiful landscapes, and fresh water in return.
Hermes Landscaping can help you incorporate sustainable water management into your plans. We invite you to contact us to start the process that will put your water system firmly in the soil.