Gain from rain

Recover up to 40% of your water usage and meet environmental initiatives with a rainwater harvesting system.

25 year life design on the tank

On average it takes between 5-7 years for the tank to virtually pay for itself in cost savings. Therefore, with a life design of 25 years this solution can continue providing you with cost benefits for years to come.

10 year life design on the tank liner

A 10 year life design on the tank liner will ensure your rainwater harvesting system will continue to work effectively and efficiently for many years.

Government grants available

With governments and local authorities placing green and eco-friendly applications at the top of their agendas, financial support from grants may be found. Truly making “gain from rain” a reality.

High strength tank

The high strength manufacturing ensures that the tank will hold and support your collected water effectively and safely.

Approved to BS5950 and BS EN 1993

Peace of mind that this product meets British Standard requirements.

Powder coated with durable, lead-free paint

Reduces water bills

Protects against water shortage

Meets environmental initiatives

Boosts farm water pressure

Increases the efficacy of agrichemicals

Preferred drinking source for livestock

Messrs J H & M M Jones

Arable farm

“Our aim was to renovate an old yard and get it up to modern farming standards. One of the ways we did this was by putting up a new building over an existing silage clamp. We really wanted to utilse the water that would fall on the roof, so we went for a Premistore rainwater harvesting system.

Cotterills helped me work out what size tank to use based on my roof area and the amount we need to spray a season. They are from a farming background so I found them easy to talk to and they understood what I was trying to do.

I ended up needing a 54,000L tank and one fill will cover our fields twice a season. With their guidance, installation was pretty straight forward and I’ve been able to get the system installed in between other jobs around the farm.”
– David Jones –