Rainwater to flush my toilet?…Washing machine that uses rainwater?!

…Yes, you heard right! 🙂

About the EasyHydro Rainwater Harvesting System

Simplicity is the key to this system. Designed with the DIY enthusiast in mind, step-by-step guidelines are provided to ensure this system is up and running quickly.

This system is perfect for the keen gardener who uses a lot of water. Once the tank and filter have been installed, simply lower the submersible water pump into the underground tank, run the rainwater harvesting pipe supplied to an outdoor tap or hose and you’re ready to go.

The Easy Hydro is perfect for gardening, patio cleaning, car cleaning and irrigation systems.

About the SuperComplete Rainwater Harvesting System

Suitable for both domestic and commercial applications, the underground filter
removes debris before the water is discreetly stored in an underground water tank. The external pump allows water to be reused around the home. Connect it to your washing machine and, because rainwater is softer than tap water, it lowers the need for detergents.

Harvested rainwater can also be used to flush toilets, dramatically decreasing your water consumption; around 7 litres of clean, drinkable water is used every time we flush. Use it in the garden too. Plants thrive on water that is free from chemicals and man-made contaminants.

The stainless steel pump means that this system can be used for potable water if required. Upgrade the underground tank to WRAS approved polymer suitable for the safe storage of drinking water. A UV system will also be required.

More Information

Call: 01763 261781

Email: sarah@etills.com

http://www.water-tank.co.uk

SG8 6NA, Melbourn, Cambridgeshire, UK

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