Stormsaver takes care of another new contract

Posted: Friday 9th September 2011

Stormsaver, the UKs leading designer and manufacturer of rainwater harvesting systems, is proud to announce a new contract.

James Terry Court, situated in Croydon, Surrey, is a specialist care home providing residential, nursing and dementia care. The care home is currently undergoing new build and refurbishment work, to expand their current care offering.

Originally a family home, James Terry Court was converted and taken over by a charitable organisation in 1980 and now offers a high level of specialist services and facilities for the residents.

Stormsaver has been contracted by to supply a 25,000 litre, non-pressurised, rainwater harvesting system to the development. The system is predicted to collect 825 litres of rainwater annually from the 1,550 m2 roof, which will be used for both the flushing of all 78 toilets and irrigation via outdoor taps. The rainwater harvesting system will result in financial savings of approximately 1,500 each year, which will help to dramatically reduce unnecessary water wastage.

The project is due for completion in April 2012 and will be opened in the summer of 2012.

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