Wavin enlarges its range of rainwater harvesting products

Rainwater harvesting
Wavin now offers rainwater harvesting systems with larger capacities.
Wavin has extended its range of systems for harvesting and using rainwater with units of 2000, 3000 and 4000 l. Using rainwater for non-potable purposes in a typical house can reduce mains water consumption by up to half and make an important contribution towards achieving the requirements of Category 2 of the Code for Sustainable Homes. These lightweight polyethylene units are easy to install, use and maintain. They integrate easily with Wavin’s total rainwater and drainage solutions. Tanks can be linked to increase overall capacity for larger domestic properties or small commercial outlets.
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