Rainwater harvesting system

Waste water can be reused and rainwater harvested on site, to help reduce water usage.

Harvesting rainwater provides an independent water supply for your site and can be used for many areas, such as cleaning equipment, to help reduce water waste.

Below is an example of an effective rainwater harvesting system:

  • The Hogbutt rainwater harvester was adopted. This system collects 1,000 litres of rainwater through its own rainwater collection tray, which can then be converted or filtered into 650 litres of freshwater;
  • This is a standalone system, therefore it can be moved from site to site and makes a substantial contribution to reducing mains water supply requirements.

To read more about the Hogbutt rainwater harvester, click below.

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Monitor Report, Skanska, Bristol, February 2015 Witnessed on site - VolkerFitzpatrick Gatwick Airport, supplied by Wernick Hire Ltd (see image).


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