When it Rains, it Pours

Living in the UK means that at some point, you will get caught in the rain. Like it or not, this is the norm for our part of the world, and it’s only going to continue – so embrace it. While we can’t do anything for the puddles that appear instantly, we can help you collect this natural resource and redistribute it to suit your needs.

Rainwater harvesting is a great way to recycle rain water, and you’ll be amazed at just how much water you can collect in such a short space of time. While water shortages aren’t common for much of the year in the UK, our fair isle has been known to experience a heat wave or two in recent years.

Many Uses

The idea is a simple one; requiring very little effort for generic use, you merely collect rainwater and redistribute as and when necessary, such as for washing your car or watering the lawn.

You can also use harvested rainwater for various household processes, such as doing your washing or for use in the WC.

Depending on the collection method, you can even filter and purify the water to ensure its suitability for drinking – an excellent way to recycle rainwater and reduce your household bills in one fell swoop.

Benefits En Masse

Under the right guidance and advice, you can transform your water use for good, and have a reliable backup source for when the weather does change. Install a rainwater harvester from Tuffa Tanks and you’ll soon be well on your way to self-sufficiency.

Saving money on bills is a priority for many families. Making a small investment in a rainwater harvester can drastically reduce your water bill and it also teaches children an important lesson on wastefulness and the importance of recycling.

Rainwater harvesting is a great way to recycle in domestic, industrial, commercial and agricultural settings alike; with minimal effort, minimal upkeep and maximum results every time, thanks to a simple collection tank.

For more information on our full range of rainwater harvesting tanks, please contact us with your needs and requirements, and we’ll be more than happy to assist you.

 

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