Stormsaver’s Michael Farnsworth has literally gone back to school with the company’s latest rainwater harvesting system installation.
The Director of the UK’s leading designer and manufacturer of rainwater harvesting solutions attended Netherfield Primary School in Nottingham as a child, where the company’s latest system has been installed.
As well as designing the building’s new rainwater harvesting system, Stormsaver also donated one of its unique Education Packages to the school.
A digital display system, which records how much rainwater has been collected and re-used, is accompanied by a Teachers’ Guide, containing a variety of lesson plans and activities all written to dovetail with the National Curriculum.
Water captured by the Stormsaver system from the building’s 994m2 roof will be used in the flushing of WCs and urinals, reducing the cost of mains water by over £1,000 per annum.
For further information about Stormsaver and the company’s innovative rainwater harvesting solutions visit:
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