Rainwater Utilisation A rainwater utilisation system comprises of a filter, storage tank, pump and mains valve that is connected to utilities and appliances to use rainwater for toilet flushing, laundry and garden irrigation. Rain falling on the roof of a building is channelled via the existing gutters and down pipe to a filter which removes leaf litter and other debris before diverting the water into a storage tank. When an appliance demands water a pump is automatically switched on and draws water from the tank. In the event that the tank runs dry a mains water valve is automatically activated to partly refill the tank. At Halsted Rain we believe that rainwater utilisation should be a practical and affordable conservation measure for all buildings. Conventional rainwater harvesting systems are complex and expensive to install and maintain, because the tank, filter and pump are installed below ground. Modern and visually discreet above ground systems enable owners of smaller property and those with limited space to economically reduce their use of mains water.
Contact Mr Andrew Lennard
3 Lock Chase