Are you aware that the best practice approach to commercial rainwater harvesting is to include a third stage of filtration? This third stage of filtration often comes in the form of Automatic Backwash Filtration. Learn more about this here.
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Stormsaver is passionate about spreading awareness of water reuse. Do you want to learn more about rainwater harvesting, greywater recycling or water conservation? Our weekly educational blog can help you to understand the fundamentals of many important topics within the water, construction, and facilities management industries. Learn more below.
We understand that rainwater harvesting is just a small aspect of your overall project. However, it is crucial that the correct type of rainwater harvesting is chosen to achieve long-term water savings. Find out more here.
Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems or SUDs for short is commonplace on many new developments. There has been an increased usage of smart suds in recent years. Read our guide to smart suds here.
Rainwater harvesting is important for tackling water scarcity and issues with combined sewer networks. Find out more in this blog.
Stormsaver rainwater harvesting systems have a number of fail-safe feature to ensure a constant supply of recycled rainwater to points of use. Find out more in our blog here.
Rainwater Harvesting Systems are often value engineered out of construction projects due to costs. This is a practice that needs to change due to increasing issues around water scarcity. Find out more here.
Rainwater harvesting systems require filtration to ensure there is a safe and sustainable water supply to points of use. Specifying a system with the most suitable filtration is important. Find out more here.
Much outdated information exists surrounding rainwater harvesting. Learn more about some of the common misconceptions of rainwater harvesting here.
Storm Babet has highlighted the need for widespread rainwater harvesting across the UK. Find out more here.
Non-Pressurised Rainwater Harvesting Systems are an ideal type of water-saving system for large commercial buildings that require high flow rates. Find out more about this type of commercial rainwater harvesting system here.
Community Rainwater Harvesting Systems are often regarded as the best approach to achieve water reuse on newly constructed housing developments. Learn why community systems are the best approach here.
Greywater recycling can provide a sustainable water supply for non-potable use even during dry weather spells. Find out more about the technology in our latest blog post here.
Combi Rainwater Harvesting Systems are rising in popularity due to their ease of installation. This blog is designed to give all the information you need about specifying a Stormsaver Combi Rainwater Harvesting System on your next project. Learn more here.
This week's blog post shares the latest developments in our business. We hear from Lisa Farnsworth, Managing Director of Stormsaver who shares the latest news and changes. Find out more here.
Commercial Rainwater Harvesting is being increasingly used in newly constructed developments. There is a significant knowledge gap around best practices with rainwater harvesting. This blog will showcase our two decades' worth of experience in rainwater harvesting.
There is a misconpetion that retrofitting a rainwater harvesting system in an existing building is too complex and constly. However, with the latest rainwater harvesting technologies, retrofitting is easier than ever before. In this week's blog we take a look at the importance of retrofitting existing building stock. Find out more here.
Until now, the investment in a Rainwater Harvesting System has been confined to plant rooms which are not publicly visible. The new Stormsaver Monitoring System is designed to be a visible educational tool designed to highlight excellent sustainability credentials. Learn more here.
Feeling the heat? So are our water supplies. Demand for water supplies during dry spells is extremely high. When rainfall occurs, the water runoff is stored in a reservoir until supplies are required. Find out more here.
Happy Green Roof Day! Did you know that Rainwater Harvesting can be used with Blue-Green Roofs to count towards onsite attenuation capacity and provide a sustainable water supply within the building? Combining the two technologies just makes sense. Find out more here.
The construction of new homes and commercial property is occurring at a rapid rate as the population continues to grow. The problem is that most of these new developments use the same method to supply water as the Victorian times. Find out more here.
Like any mechanical or electrical system, Rainwater Harvesting Systems perform best when they are maintained properly. Regular planned preventative maintenance can ensure a safe, sustainable water supply and prolong system life span.
Attenuation capacity often sits empty waiting for the next incoming storm. Combined rainwater harvesting and attenuation systems are designed to make more efficient use of the otherwise underutilised storage capacity by using the capacity as storage for the rainwater harvesting system. Find out more here.
The nature of rainwater harvesting means that it is often forgotten about as rainwater tanks are located underground, but it is an important tool to protect our environment. We are going to be using this week’s blog as a guide to the carbon saving potential of rainwater harvesting. Find out more here.
The latest blog in our CEO Series. This week Michael shares his knowledge on Automatic Backwashing for Rainwater Harvesting Systems. Find out why they are the best filtration solution here.