It’s Water Saving Week – the most important date in the water conservation calendar! Whether you’re in a household or a business, we all have a duty to tackle the problem of water scarcity together by becoming water efficient. Stormsaver are encouraging everyone to become super savers from this week and beyond so we can all save water and carbon together. We’re going to be using this blog to highlight the need for reduced water consumption and sharing tips to reduce usage to become a super saver!
Do you know about The Global Water Summit 2022? The event is currently taking place in Madrid and is designed to encourage conversations about the future of our water supplies. Conversations around water financing, strategy, new technologies and innovation will take place so that industry leaders can consider their strategies going forward. One key area that the leaders will be talking about is water reuse, a technology which is becoming more widely used in new and existing buildings.
Water recycling is becoming more widespread than ever before as organisations look to reduce their impact on our climate. Our climate is becoming warmer, and our population is growing, resulting in a surge of demand for drinking water supplies across the world. In the UK, regulations are also changing to ensure everyone considers a water recycling system for their new developments. We’re using this blog to help you prepare for more water recycling systems in your buildings and developments so we can all save water together!
So, you’ve successfully installed your new rainwater harvesting system or, you’ve just moved into a building which has a system, what’s the next step? Like any mechanical or electrical machine, rainwater harvesting systems need to be maintained to ensure they operate safely and efficiently. A programme of routine maintenance means you can continue to benefit from rainwater harvesting for the long term.
Although only 28% of people are aware of the current water crisis, it still plays an important factor in the coming decades unless we make a big change. The Chief Executive of England’s Environmental Agency himself has stated that we may be facing a tipping point where demand surpasses supply of water in just 25 years’ time.
Like many other industries, hotels, swimming pools, leisure centres, gyms and other leisure venues all use large amounts of water each day to provide memorable experiences for thousands of guests. But what if we could provide memorable experiences for the whole family without relying on ageing water infrastructure?
It’s World Earth Day and we are encouraging everyone to consider how they use water in their homes, properties, and organisations. From taps to toilets, we all have a duty to use water responsibly. The theme of this year’s event is to ‘invest in our planet’ and you may be wondering how you can help. Don’t worry, we will be using this week’s blog to highlight the importance of investing in rainwater harvesting to make your property future ready!
You may think the water crisis is limited to warmer climates, but areas of the UK are facing significant supply pressures due to a growing population. Construction is one industry where there is potential to reduce water usage. We are going to be using this blog to highlight the problem and showcase our innovative rainwater harvesting technologies which are suitable for saving water during construction.
As the UK market leader for rainwater harvesting, we don’t just supply rainwater harvesting systems, we maintain them too! With around 2000 maintenance customers across the UK and each customer requiring a service visit twice a year, you may be wondering how we do it.
Do you have thoughts on rainwater harvesting? Or have you had a negative experience in the past? Well, we are here to help debunk some of the myths surrounding rainwater harvesting. As the market leaders, we are to ensure your rainwater harvesting journey is seamless, helping you to save water, money, and carbon on your development.