Stormsaver launch two new Residential Rainwater Harvesting Systems
Increasing demand for housing, longer, drier summers and limited water supplies – now is the time to put water efficiency as a top priority in the housing development sector.
And, as always, Stormsaver are on hand to offer the best solution! Today, Stormsaver are proud to share not one, but two of the latest market leading innovations in the rainwater harvesting industry.
Stormsaver’s all-new communal residential rainwater harvesting systems are designed with housing developers in mind. One, centralised system which reduces installation times, simplifies maintenance requirements, benefits the local community, and saves water for every home in the development. Unlike individual home rainwater harvesting systems, the new system facilitates monitoring of water, carbon and financial savings in one place.
Stormsaver have also launched the system with the option to combine the rainwater harvesting system with the necessary stormwater attenuation capacity. This builds on the success of the previously launched Active Attenuation System which utilises Met Office weather data to ensure 100% storage capacity for incoming storms.
The launch comes with the recent announcement of the goal to reduce household water usage by 14% per head by 2032.
Michael Farnsworth, Founder and CEO commented: “It is great to be launching another market leading product which will help make rainwater harvesting accessible to more people than ever before. Nature-positive investments in green technologies are increasing and we hope to see water conservation at the top of the environmental agenda in the housing sector with this latest innovation.”
Learn more about our new residential rainwater harvesting systems here.