Rain water harvesting & recycling

Worldwide water conservation devices are being employed and developed to combat water availability problems. The UK is no exception. There are distinct water demand, supply and disposal problems facing water companies, developers and home owners alike and in all likelihood will present serious short and long-term challenges for the future.

Rainwater Harvesting can be employed to help alleviate these challenges. Surface water, is currently causing flooding to unprecedented levels, not previously seen.

Rainwater harvesting is usually defined as being water collected from roofs via traditional guttering, through down pipes to an underground tank(s). Delivered on demand by an in-tank submersible pump direct to toilets, washing machine and outside tap use.More than 50% of mains water can be substituted by rainwater.

Grey water recycling is water from the bath, shower and wash hand basin. The ideal situation for 'Greywater' is in living accommodation where sufficient amounts are generated daily for reuse in toilets, washing machine and outside tap.



Latest Rain water harvesting & recycling news

Renewable Heating Technology
31/05/2010
Renewable heating systems make sure of naturally occurring energy sources such a geothermal enegy and solar energy. These renewable heating systems absorb and convert this naturally occurring energy to provide us with heat and hot water for our homes. These energy sources naturally replenish themselves, and are therefore an ideal alternative to tra...
Highland Housing Fair Rebranded for 2010
27/05/2010
A homes exhibition that has asked for up to £100,000 from Highland Council will be a "stunning success", a councillor has said. Drew Hendry told the planning, environment and development committee that the event would be a success. ...
Simply Renewable sponsors Highland Housing Fair
30/06/2008
simply renewable Ltd - proud sponsors of the highland housing fair. Scotland's First Housing Fair 1st to 31st August 2009 Inverness The Highlands of Scotland is staging a major housing fair to showcase the best of hou...
Energy Performance revolution in the Outer Hebrides
07/04/2008
To understand the concept behind Greenspace, you don't have to under­stand the technology — which is just as well. Even someone with a fairly advanced understanding of computer systems would be left baffled by a pro­gramme which conducts &...
1st Professional qualification in renewable energy launched
20/03/2008
A Scottish college, Lews Castle College in Stornoway has secured a major coup by winning approval for Scotland's only professional qualification in renewable energy, with hundreds of on-line students from around the country expected to sign up....
UK's first science degree in sustainable construction
15/03/2008
A new science degree in sustainable construction, believed to be the first of its kind in the UK, is due to be launched by the University of the Highlands and Islands in September of this year. ...

Featured Rain water harvesting & recycling company

Klargester Environmental (part of Kingspan plc) has a long history of innovation in manufacturing world-class drainage products. Klargester’s product portfolio includes the market-leading BioDisc range of sewage treatment plants but also packaged solutions to meet Sustainable Drainage (SUDS) requirements: • Oil / Water Separators • Stormwater Attenuation Tanks • Stormwater Flow Control •... more info »