Do you have a new commercial development project and want to save water at the same time? If so, Active Attenuation could be the solution you are looking for.
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It is safe to say we are all feeling the heat at the moment, especially water companies who ensure homes and businesses are supplied with a clean, consistent supply of water! With widespread droughts causing water shortages across the UK, water suppliers are struggling to keep supplies flowing. Read more here.
Have you got a rainwater harvesting system in your plant room? Unsure on its operational status? We’re here to help. Many of the components which make up a rainwater harvesting system often sit underground or in the corner of a plant room, meaning many building users have little knowledge that the system is designed to reduce water usage and save carbon emissions. Read our blog here.
Reducing water consumption is something we all have a duty to do. After all, the UK is set to require an extra 3.4 billion litres of water per day by 2050. So, it’s important our buildings are ready for the challenge of water scarcity.
It’s time to act now on the rising issue of water scarcity. If we choose to leave the problem, our drinking water supplies could be at risk of not coping with a growing population and increasing drought periods in warmer months. Although water is relatively cheap in the UK, the true cost on our surroundings is often not considered. Read more here.
Is rainwater harvesting in your tender or are you keen to introduce water conservation in your building? Unsure which water recycling system is best for your requirements? Don’t worry, we have got you covered! Our friendly team of experts are always here to help, and we will be using this blog to explain the different types of rainwater harvesting systems and where they are best suited.
Are you working on a project which involves rainwater harvesting, or interested in how we size your system to maximise water and carbon savings? Our handy guide to rainwater harvesting tank sizing is designed to show you how we size one of our rainwater storage tanks. Read more here
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!