“We installed the Stormsaver domestic rainwater harvesting system 8 years ago. The savings on our mains water consumption have been amazing. We are a 4 person household, with 2 kids so lots of baths and clothes washing! We use around 56m3 of mains water a year the same as an average single person household without rainwater harvesting. Our systems provides rainwater for toilets, laundry and irrigation and has reduced our water bill over £200 a year. I specialise in designing and building low energy housing and it is important that I not only research the best available products, but actual experience using them. The Stormsaver system has been simple to install and maintain with very good after market care, I will be using their product again.”
See the great work we are doing
Over the years Stormsaver has raised considerable amounts of money for Charity and supported projects for rainwater harvesting around the world.
Our latest fundraising effort was made by our MD and Technical Director, who scaled Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, raising over £7600 for WaterAid. Following 6 months of training our intrepid duo walked 120 miles over 8 days.
Only 12 months before Michael had been in a back brace and unable to walk following a car accident which resulted in the need for major back surgery.
In 2012 more members of the team completed a Skydive, also raising over £2600 for WaterAid. The sky dive was done in conjunction with the incredible Red Devils Parachute Regiment Freefall team.
All six of Stormsavers brave participants had a fantastic time... but have not done a skydive since.....
Stormsaver also support a mission in Kenya, where we donated money for a rainwater harvesting system in the township of Kariti and supplied pumping equipment to a farmer called Keno. Our equipment helped to ensure a mobile eye clinic was able to continue to treat people when the water supply failed. We continue to keep in regular contact with the missionaries there in order to support future projects directly.
Lisa our Sales Director has recently been to Mozambique to understand more about the amazing work Water Aid do to help provide clean, safe drinking water to the communities of Mozambique. Take a look at her video diaries on our YouTube channel.