Stormsaver helps the NHS cut costs, reduce bills and save water

Posted: Wednesday 12th January 2011

The UK’s leading designer and manufacturer of rainwater harvesting systems is delighted to announce its involvement with South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

Construction of the new £35m cancer treatment centre at The James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough began in August and will, when complete, feature a Stormsaver rainwater harvesting system in a bid to create one of the greenest hospital buildings in the North East.

As well as the Stormsaver system, the building will also include a number of eco-technologies including heat pumps. It is aiming to achieve a BREEAM ‘excellent’ rating for its environmental standards.

Stormsaver was contracted by the SES Group.

The treatment centre is expected to be completed and fully functioning by winter 2011.

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