Rainvault were delighted to be associated with the Lagan Group when asked to supply a rain harvesting system at the recently constructed wind farm near Dunloy, Co. Antrim (April 2008). Deploying a RVS2 and utilising an 1,850 litre purpose made concrete tank, Rainvault ensured a constant supply of clear, chemical free water.
The project required close liaison with Lagan Group's Civil Engineering Projects Manager. Careful planning and co-ordination led to the timely completion of Rainvault's involvement with the scheme and ultimately our client's complete satisfaction.
The Eco-base school is a unique environmental educational building that is used to promote sustainable development and living. The Eco-Base is a 'traditional' strawbale construction, utilising roof slates manufactured from recycled rubber and includes a Rainvault rain harvesting system in the form of RVS1. Funding has also been secured to install a total of 24 PV Solar Panels to produce 'green' electricity for the building. The school expects over 100,000 visitors within the next year.
Rainvault, along with the liberty consortium organisation, custom designed and installed an RVS1 system, taking full advantage of the vast catchment area by installing a 4000L Concrete tank. The system is commissioned and can be seen running by all the visiting students and parents at the school.
Eco Base Manager Mark Roberts commenting on Rainvault:
"... This is an excellent system ... it allows us to clearly demonstrate to children in particular and the public in general the value of harvesting rainwater ..."
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