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Enviro-Line Provides Sustainable Solution for Re-usable Water

Posted: Tuesday 3rd December 2013

GPS PE Pipe Systems has launched Enviro-Line; a PE pipe designed specifically for re-usable water supplies.

A high performance PE pipe suitable for rainwater harvesting, grey water and irrigation applications, Enviro-Line from GPS features the distinctive green stripe recommended by the Water Regulations Advisory Scheme (WRAS) and the National Joint Utilities Group (NJUG). It has been launched to help specification of sustainable commercial and residential developments, providing a flexible and durable re-useable water infrastructure that avoids the risk of cross contamination with potable water supplies thanks to its black with green stripe colour coding. Available as a flexible PE80 or, for larger projects, PE100 pipe, Enviro-Line offers all the usual advantages of PE, including a 100 year+ service life. It is supplied in a wide range of sizes to suit any re-useable water pipe installation and provides a light-weight, corrosion-free option that is easy to install, easy to maintain and ensures a leak-free solution.

Explains Oxana Latypova from GPS PE Pipe Systems: “Using rainwater or grey water makes sound environmental and financial sense and is becoming a core feature of sustainable development, so it’s important to have a pipework infrastructure that clearly separates drinking water from re-useable water. GPS has created Enviro-Line to address that requirement, offering a practical, EN12201-2 compliant solution in line with the national guidelines (NJUG and WRAS IGN 9-02-05).”

Compatible with GPS’s extensive range of electrofusion, butt fusion and spigot fittings, Enviro-Line is supplied in coils (up to 180mm) or sticks (up to 355mm) and available in SDR11 (25mm to 355mm) and SDR17 (90mm-355mm), with other SDRs being available by special order.

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