The Burnham Family
Josh Burnham – Central Texas
A sixth generation Texan, Josh currently lives in Dripping Springs, TX with his wife Erin and their two daughters. Josh and his family moved from Sonora, TX to Central Texas after successfully selling their oilfield service company. For 15 years, they stored and transported Oil Country Tubular Goods across the Permian Basin and maintained an OCTG inventory of over $30M.
After moving to Central Texas and experiencing the poor quality and low flow rate of his water well, Josh soon recognized the importance of water conservation and the education needed to provide a sustainable potable water source for his generation and future generations to come. Since this realization, rainwater collection for potable use has become his passion.
Josh starting working alongside Alan Rossing and the Rossing family in 2018. The Rossing’s are one of the leading pioneers of rainwater collection in the United States with over 30 years of water treatment experience. Since 2018, Josh has been a part of installing and maintaining potable rainwater systems on a daily basis. He has become one of 80 people in the United States to hold an ASSE International license as a Rainwater Catchment Designer.
When Josh is not working, he and his family can be found camping in Big Bend country, fishing on the Devil’s River, or visiting family and friends.
His Central Texas territory includes McCulloch County, San Saba County, Menard County, Mason County, Llano County, Kimble County, Blanco County, Gillespie County, Kerr County, Kendall County, Bandera County, Real County, and Edwards County.
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