Our available options for commercial organisations
Design and Quote – Commercial
We at RainCatcher manufacture, design, and assist with installing a wide range of commercial and domestic, rainwater harvesting systems. These range from advanced, fully integrated systems to easy to install basic harvesting systems for manufacturing processes and irrigation.
Look at the RainCatcher example in the PDF below to assist you in determining appropriate tank sizes and payback periods.
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Where Can I Find The UK Rainfall Data?
The Met Office link below will give you the rainfall in your area; this can then be used to help size your rainwater storage tank accurately:
Commercial sectors where rainwater recycling is highly beneficial to include agriculture, retail, education, healthcare, construction, commercial buildings and much more – no matter what the application, RainCatcher technicians can design and engineer a rainwater harvesting system bespoke to your facility.
System types include: direct pumped, indirect, wash down, external irrigation, and commercial processes– call one of the expert advisers or have an online chat today.
Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Methodology (BREEAM)
is the world’s longest established and most widely used method of assessing, rating and certifying the sustainability of buildings. More than 250,000 buildings have been BREEAM certified, and over a million are registered for certification – many in the UK and others in more than 50 countries worldwide.
Enhanced Capital Allowance (ECA Scheme)
Much of the Raincatcher product range gets accredited by the Department of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) under HM Revenue & Customs Enhanced Capital Allowance scheme. It follows the best practice guidelines set out in the scheme.
RainCatcher follows the best practice guidelines set out by the Building Services Research Information Association (BSRIA) and the Construction Industry Research Information Association (CIRIA).
Part G of the building regulations sets out minimum water efficiency requirements in new buildings to meet sustainability targets through saving water. Suggestions for the use of rainwater harvesting systems are within Part G.
Sustainable Urban Drainage (SuDS)
To help mitigate localised flooding, water authorities place restrictions on any new water directed to storm drains. Therefore, systems have a central role in Sustainable Urban Development Schemes (SUDS). Raincatcher offers solutions to fit in with every project including; rain harvesting, stormwater attenuation, throttled attenuation systems, porous paving and water-saving devices.