After a record-breaking Easter with temperatures hitting an unseasonal 25C in some parts of the UK, there are growing concerns over the continued lack of significant rain and low river flows. According to a recent survey by the NFU, some farmers are putting in place measures to minimise the impact of another potential dry summer.
The Environment Agency recently reported that within 25 years England won’t have enough water to meet the rising demand. That’s a scary thought. But how can we, as individuals, businesses or farmers, consume less water and use it more efficiently? Why will water shortage become a problem? The impact of climate change, combined with population growth,
Over the last couple of months we’ve seen the demand for our plastic HDPE water storage tanks more than double due to the continued heatwave. And with the Met Office reporting that temperatures are likely to stay above average until October, we’re not expecting to see a slowdown in sales anytime soon. Record demand for rainwater harvesting solutions This summer we’ve seen record temperatures
With the first hosepipe ban of the summer introduced in England today and a warning from environmental specialists that water shortages will become more common in the future, we will all need to do more to conserve water. United Utilities announced the first hosepipe ban for England today, following the recent hosepipe ban in Northern
If you are interested in finding out more about Rainwater Harvesting but do not have the time to check out our full blog, ‘Top 5 reasons to harvest rainwater‘, check out our simple infographic for an overview on what rainwater harvesting can do for you.
This year has been one of mildest winters on record. It’s also been one of the driest with the UK receiving 76% of its average seasonal rainfall*. But now is the perfect time to harvest rainwater ready for the summer ahead. Here’s just a few reasons why you should start collecting rainwater: It’s free You’ve
It’s a common myth that you can’t use water harvested from the rain for livestock drinking. With the right filters in place you can make this water safe to drink. Here’s how we helped a livestock farm save money and meet environmental initiatives with our Gravistore system. Name: Birch Hall Farm, Shropshire Type: Dairy Farm Size:
Water is an essential component of farming but it is often taken for granted. With water resources already scarce in many parts of England and Wales, the Environment Agency warns that in the coming years it will become even scarcer due to climate change. So how can you save water, meet environmental initiatives and reduce