Rainwater Harvesting and Wheel Wash

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This project has implemented a water saving measure which seems obvious in retrospect and is capable of being applied on almost every site.

Many sites use a small amount of rainwater for boot and tool washing and a few install complicated drainage arrangements that feed into toilet cisterns.

With this initiative water from cabin roofs is drained into a storage tank which is raised a couple of meters above ground.

As the tank is raised off the ground and has a large capacity it provides enough pressure to power the output pipe which is then attached to a pressure washer to enable an operative to clean wagon wheels.

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