Freeflush moves to bigger unit

Posted: Thursday 28th February 2019

Opens Manchester’s first Centre for Water Saving Technology.

Manchester-based Freeflush, which designs, supplies and installs water saving systems to businesses and domestic customers, has located to new, bigger premises as part of its ambitious growth strategy.

The move follows a successful year, which saw B2B sales increase by 240 percent and consumer sales increase by 105 percent due, in part, to the record-breaking heatwave and threats of hosepipe bans.

Not only do the new premises allow Freeflush to develop and stock more products, they will also provide a home for Manchester’s first Centre for Water Saving Technology. Customers can visit the unit to see first-hand a working rainwater harvesting system, sustainable urban drainage systems, rainwater attenuation tanks and other water related technologies. The showroom also plans to host a living wall irrigated with a solar powered rainwater recycling system.

Business customers will also be able to access Freeflush’s new Wetlab, which will offer the opportunity to complete hydraulic testing they need before purchasing water saving systems.

Junaid Patel, chartered environmental engineer and founder of Freeflush, said:“We’ve worked with many national and international leading businesses across sectors such as agriculture, construction, manufacturing and even advertising to advise them on their environmental and CSR obligations. With the right water saving systems, our commercial customers can reduce their carbon footprint, save water and cut their overheads. Thanks to our new Wetlab, we can now offer businesses a premium, holistic service that covers the whole process from choosing the right solution and carrying out all the relevant tests to installing and maintaining the system.”

Freeflush is holding an open day on 20 March 2019 to demonstrate the new facilities and services on offer at the new unit. Businesses looking to lower their water use, architects, housebuilders, and anyone else interested in attending should send an email through the website contact form.

“Water is the most valuable resource we have, and it’s everyone's responsibility to make sure we don’t waste it. A lot of businesses have taken steps over the years to reduce their water usage, but it’s promising to see that more domestic customers are realising the importance of it too. I hope with our new showroom and Centre for Water Saving Technology we can help to educate and inform people of the importance of saving and recycling water.” Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE

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