Stormsaver Runs Rainwater Harvesting Training Courses

Posted: Monday 18th April 2011

As part of Stormsaver’s continuing promise to educate the construction industry on the importance and benefits of rainwater harvesting, managing director Michael Farnsworth is running series of Training presentations.

With the aim of helping architects, contractors and specifiers understand the latest systems and legislation surrounding rainwater harvesting, the sessions will highlight the importance of water management in sustainable building design.

The 50 minute sessions will cover how to specify the correct rainwater harvesting system for differing building types, installation, operation and maintenance, savings and paybacks, and top tips to consider when specifying a system.

The sessions will also cover areas such as filtration, the latest industry standards including BS8515, working with the water authorities and WRAS guidelines.

“With the ongoing risk of climate change and flooding, and with the continuing expansion of the built environment, water management needs to be at the top the top of the agenda,” comments Michael.

“Targeted training sessions allow me to approach architectural firms, construction companies and water consultancies and give them an overview of the water management process and how rainwater harvesting can fit simply and effectively alongside drainage solutions. Stormsaver can provide in house sessions to any sized group at a time convenient to our clients, without the costs of travel to a specific training centre.”

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