Stormsaver, the UK’s largest rainwater harvesting system provider have confirmed a partnership with FloPlast. This will see Stormsavers’ domestic system available in merchants stocking FloPlast products across the UK. FloPlast are a leading manufacturer and supplier of Plastic Rainwater Systems in the UK. The domestic system offered by Stormsaver will enable FloPlast to supply their customers with a complete, cost effective package that will help save water and money whilst also being kinder to the environment.
Using up to 75% less energy, the Monsoon® system offered by Stormsaver is one of the most efficient systems on the market. The Monsoon® system uses only a 90W power supply that can even be connected to a photovoltaic source. Users can expect to see an average payback period of 7 years and annual water bills reduced by up to 50%. Stormsaver have developed the Monsoon® system to provide homeowners with an automatic supply of filtered rainwater that switches to the mains supply should the tank run empty during periods of heavy usage.
The Monsoon® system will be available in 1,000 merchants stocking FloPlast products across the UK. By developing the relationship with FloPlast, Stormsaver can help to meet an increasing demand for domestic rainwater harvesting systems and will be able to offer customers the lowest possible price. With FloPlast specialising in above ground drainage, hot and cold plumbing and underground drainage, they will be able to offer their customers a complete rainwater and drainage solution.
Stewart Norris, Managing Director for FloPlast, comments, “FloPlast are excited to be associated with this quality product from Stormsaver and look forward to a close working relationship”. Stormsaver are equally pleased with the partnership as Michael Farnsworth, Managing Director highlights, “We are proud to be associated with FloPlast and firmly believe that they will be instrumental in our expansion plans across the UK. By developing the partnership we can spread the benefits of rainwater harvesting to a much wider audience”.