“We have been involved in the specification and installation of Stormsaver rainwater harvesting systems now for over 10 years. Our very first experience of rainwater recovery was with the company and I remember Michael himself setting up and commissioning this system on site. What impressed me most even all those years ago was the company’s attention to detail, enthusiasm and professionalism and this has continued as the company has grown to what it is today. We have no hesitation in saying our first call when it comes to rainwater recovery will be to Stormsaver, their prompt reaction, competitiveness and quality of equipment is second to none and they will always try to have the system fully commissioned when they leave the site. We hope they continue the great work they have already done and we look forward to many more successful years working together to save even more water”
The new Blackheath Library utilises rainwater harvesting to flush its toilets using a Below Ground Storage Tank, Pressurised Rainwater harvesting system. The building uses a great deal less mains water than before due to the water saving measures they have now put in place.
The building is said to embody the environmental principles at the heart of the agencies work. As a result, Horizon House won the 2010 BREEAM Office Award for being one of the most environmentally friendly offices in the UK.
The rainwater harvesting system reduces the mains water consumption by collecting and storing rainwater for use in toilet flushing. The new building uses a great deal less mains water than the offices it replaced due to the water saving measures they have put in place. This building was fitted with a non-pressurised rainwater harvesting system.
Stormsaver were contracted to supply the controls and above ground tanks for three rainwater harvesting systems at Project Barley. This huge distribution centre has three offices which are to be supplied by harvested rainwater for their toilets. We installed an above ground pressurised rainwater harvesting system at project barley.