Richmond Park Case Study: Rainwater Harvesting System and Installation
In May 2015 Gutter Mate installed a rainwater harvesting system at The Royal Richmond Park in London. The park is a national nature reserve. The Richmond Park Rainwater Harvesting System and Installation was part of the park’s Nature Trail Project in which ponds are located. At the Royal Richmond Park installation we provided:
- A bespoke rainwater harvesting installation
- Expert advice & professional attention
- A system to suit the park’s space and requirements
- Competitive pricing
The Richmond Park project is just one of many projects that Gutter Mate have worked on. Working with Gutter Mate means that your project will receive the highest level of attention together with expert advice from Haydon Robinson, Director and Founder of the Gutter Mate DIverter & Filter or from Paul Callaghan who has an extensive knowledge of systems and packages. This expert advice is matched with the best equipment at extremely competitive pricing. Contact us today to find out how we can assist you.
The Gutter Mate Installation at Richmond Park
For Gutter Mate, every rainwater harvesting system should start with the Gutter Mate Diverter and Filter, which applies the first phase of filtration to rainwater diverted from the drainpipe, whilst also acting as a major asset in protecting soakaways in all properties.
In May 2015 Gutter Mate installed a rainwater harvesting system at The Royal Richmond Park in London. The park is a national nature reserve. The installation was part of the park’s Nature Trail Project in which ponds are located. In dry months the ponds lost too much water, so Gutter Mate installed a simple and effective rainwater harvesting system which pumps collected rainwater in to the ponds when needed. The pump used was a multi-stage submersible pump.