The concept of rain water harvesting is generally accepted as the way forward in providing a source of good quality water in areas of high rainfall. Many modern buildings with large surface areas are now built with roofs that are constructed in user friendly materials that are corrosion resistant and do not add leachate to the collected water.
Such buildings frequently have large roof areas which of themselves present storm-water management issues; collecting this roof water for re-use helps to alleviate this problem.
Conversely, buildings with multiple occupancy have a high, and potentially expensive, demand for toilet flushing water; using harvested rainwater for this purpose therefore makes excellent financial sense and can provide, alongside Enhanced Capital Allowance considerations, very short investment pay-back periods.
Use of rainwater harvesting systems is not only good for the environment, but additionally make excellent financial sense.
In short, any building with a large roof and a high-demand for non-potable water can at one and the same time use rainwater harvesting to help solve environmental storm-water management issues - and make very substantial savings on the use of mains water.
Eco Link Resources provides expert system specification, supply and installation services that will ensure the most cost-effective rainwater harvesting system is custom designed for their project. All commercial systems enjoy the benefit of the full warranty.