Rainwater Harvesting

Rainwater Harvesting is the collection of rainwater that falls onto the roof of a building, be it a domestic household or commercial property, where it is then channelled through the guttering and downpipes and into a storage tank to be held for re-use. Rainwater can be harvested for use outside, for washing cars, watering plants and gardens, as well as inside properties for toilet flushing, washing clothes, or any non-potable water requirements. Typically a domestic household can save 50% of its mains water usage by using a rainwater harvesting system.

If you’d like to find out more about rainwater harvesting systems then our Video Library is the best place to start. You’ll find videos showing exactly how rainwater harvesting systems work, as well as installation instructions, how-to videos and more. Also the downloads page contains all brochures, data sheets, schematic drawings and technical documents. If you know which rainwater harvesting system you require, you can also view it on our online shop, which can be accessed here.

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