This is not meant to be a trick question because the answer is No… but why is that? Collecting rainwater is not regulated in the slightest but what you do with it afterwards most certainly is if you intend to pipe it into a building or make it available for public consumption. The critical…
Projected UK population increases over the coming 25 years could place the country’s water network under severe strain, warned the head of the Environment Agency Sir James Bevan in a presentation to the Waterwise conference in London in March 2019.
An increasing number of households in the UK are being built or retrofitted with rainwater harvesting systems for use with greywater appliances – including washing machines, toilets and garden sprinklers. While this makes obvious economic sense during the rainy days of autumn and winter, do the sums still hold up in spring and summer?
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The concept of harvesting rainwater is quite simple: capture – filter – store – distribute. It’s a financially- and environmentally-attractive proposition, since roughly 27% of the domestic mains water we pay for is literally flushed down the toilet. The key for installing successful rainwater harvesting (RWH) systems is in the quality of the components and…
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Do I Really Need To Pay Attention To The British Code of Practice for Rainwater Harvesting Systems – BS EN 16941-1:2018?
The British Code of Practice for Rainwater Harvesting systems (BS 8515) that was in force since 2009 was superseded in 2018 by BS EN 16941-1:2018. For professionals in the architectural, design and construction industries as well as suppliers of rainwater harvesting systems, appreciating its thrust and recommendations is a must. Failure to adopt it at…