For this week’s blog we’re giving you a unique opportunity to get to know our specialist team of directors! Often considered experts within their respected roles, as well as the wider rainwater harvesting industry, no problem is too large for our team of directors. From technical solutions to driving company vision, the team ensure Stormsaver continue to combat the increasing problem of water scarcity.
Introduction to water conservation
We’re not only the UK’s leading supplier of rainwater harvesting systems, but we service and maintain systems too! In this week’s blog we take the opportunity to sit down with our Rainmaintain team who tell us all about what they do to keep the nation harvesting crisp rainwater for non-potable use. They also offer their expert advice on the necessity of maintaining your rainwater harvesting system.
This week we’re throwing open our doors at Stormsaver HQ to show you our wonderful team! Whether you’re a customer wanting to find out more about what goes on ‘behind the scenes’, or a professional looking to kickstart your new career with us, this is an essential read for you.
All this week at Stormsaver we’re highlighting the importance of tank cleaning in rainwater harvesting systems. Ensuring your tank’s cleanliness is at an acceptable standard is important for the operation of the wider rainwater harvesting system. This blog will allow you to learn more about this crucial aspect of maintenance.
At Stormsaver we are always considering our surrounding environment. That’s why this week we are focusing on a growing concern amongst environmental scientists. Droughts are increasing in frequency across the globe, particularly in the UK. Our blog will guide you through what they are, the different types of droughts and how we can help manage supply to protect us in the future.
It is no secret that water quality is an essential requirement of any rainwater harvesting system, but why is it so important? Our focus this week at Stormsaver shines a spotlight on the importance of filtration, the crucial tool to maintaining optimum water quality levels. No matter who supplies your rainwater harvesting system you should consider what filtration you need and the costs and requirements of maintaining your filtration components.
Installation is considered one of the most important steps in the lifecycle of our respected rainwater harvesting systems, therefore if the process is carried out incorrectly, it could lead to problems arising with the system later in its life. Our systems are designed to provide safe, reliable rainwater for non-potable use in buildings of all shapes and sizes, but even a single installation mistake could have adverse consequences for the integrity of your bespoke system.
Sustainable Drainage Systems (SuDS) are a natural approach to managing drainage in and around properties and other developments. Active attenuation can complement any SuDS scheme, and when used as part of a wider water management strategy, can provide future-proofed developments for the next generations.
The UK is going to be impacted by serious droughts and floods within the next 30 years. There is a 1 in 4 chance of a severe drought between now and 2050. 1 in 6 properties in England are at risk of flooding, and since 2013 we have seen 85,000 new homes built within areas of high flood risk.