The responsible use and disposal of rainwater has become a key consideration in building design and as such we are increasingly incorporating rainwater usage into multiple occupancy buildings.
Rainwater harvesting systems refer to the collection of rain fall, storing it and then using it to meet the demand for flushing toilets and other non-potable applications.
Significant savings are available where there is a large demand for non-potable water supported by a large catchment area.
It is also possible to incorporate other renewable energy systems, such as photovoltaic (PV) panels, to generate the power to drive the harvesting, pumping, and water management systems.
Kimpton, advanced in plumbing engineering services and with extensive experience in building water services, are at the forefront of improved and innovative technologies that continue to make changes to traditional plumbing.
Whatever your water requirements, our team can develop detailed design proposals, addressing every aspect of the scheme.