Citycare Prescribes a Stormsaver Rainwater Harvesting System

Posted: Friday 20th May 2011

Stormsaver, the UKís leading designer and manufacturer of rainwater harvesting systems, is delighted to announce a new contract on a major new health centre in Hull.

The Bransholme Health Centre, is being delivered with an investment of £14.7million by local company Citycare as part of Hullís NHS Local Improvement Finance Trust (LIFT) programme.

The state of the art development will provide an extensive range of primary care and community services for people in the Bransholme area, including the relocation of GPs from the current health centre and support for weight management and smoking cessation.

Stormsaver has been contracted to supply a 20,000 litre rainwater harvesting system. The below-ground, non-pressurised system will collect approximately 880m3 of rainwater each year from the centreís 1,500m2 roof area. The harvested rainwater will be used for the flushing of 30 toilets and urinals, offering a sustainable way to reduce water bills and lower reliance on mains water.

The health centre is expected to be completed and opened to the public by Summer 2012.

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