Shay Murtagh Ltd, Raharney, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath

Rainwater Harvesting for the Public Sector

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Rainwater Harvesting for the Public Sector

On average they say we use approximately 148 litres per person per day through bathing, cleaning, toilets and consumption and this is ever increasing. Focusing on the school environment and toilets alone we take an example.

A Primary School, with an average of 150 pupils and 6 staff where each person would visit the bathroom once taking lowest option of toilet cistern system (6 litres): That would account for nearly 950 litres per day before any other water usage consideration.

Rainwater harvesting is a simple solution to the now increasing price of water which our schools are only realising from the Water Framework Directive. This alternative water source can reduce costs of mains water as the bulk of water used in schools is for toilet flushing.

We have taken a further step and can now offer schools 0% finance on our standard option which is a complete installation and commissioning of a Rainwater Harvesting System over a timeperiod of up to four years.

As the concrete water tanks are underground this product applies to all sections, rural and urban.

Examples of how to score your school water consumption can be found on websites such as Waterwise

We can supply systems to meet all project requirements. Contact us today for further information.

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