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File:Diseno2.jpg|[[HSU_Chiapas_rainwater_catchment#Juan_Hidalgo.27s_demonstration_house|HSU Chiapas Rainwater]] <br>New design that use two parallel lengths of pipe.
 
File:Diseno2.jpg|[[HSU_Chiapas_rainwater_catchment#Juan_Hidalgo.27s_demonstration_house|HSU Chiapas Rainwater]] <br>New design that use two parallel lengths of pipe.
 
File:IMG_0024.JPG|[[CCAT_rainwater_catchment_system#First_Flush_Catchment_System|CCAT Rainwater]]<br>First flush with clear pipe.
 
File:IMG_0024.JPG|[[CCAT_rainwater_catchment_system#First_Flush_Catchment_System|CCAT Rainwater]]<br>First flush with clear pipe.
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File:AlmostFinal.jpeg|[[Zane Middle School rainwater catchment]]<br>First flush using a small pickle barrel.
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File:Con15 (1).jpg|[[CCAT greenhouse rainwater catchment]]<br>First flush using a long black pipe.
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File:IMG_3379.jpg|[[Loleta Elementary rainwater]]<br>First flush using a small section in a long white PVC pipe.
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File:Water_enters_the_black_hole.jpg|[[Sanctuary rainwater]]<br>First flush using a blue 20 gal barrel.
 
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The purpose of a first-flush device or first flush diverter is to prevent the entry of debris and toxins into the storage/distribution system of a rainwater catchment system.

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