From Tampa to Sarasota, businesses find ways to conserve water
Not everyone sees sunshine on a rainy day, but a Whole Foods market in Sarasota does.
"Florida is very concerned about water use and trying to conserve water," said John Bauer of Wahaso, a water harvesting solutions company.
Wahaso installed a large silver cylinder on one side of the Whole Foods building.
"It's designed to basically to look attractive and also be very functional in storing rainwater for us from the rooftop," explained Bauer.
The rooftop rainwater goes through a filtering system before it's used for irrigation of the property.