Rainwater Harvesting: Save Now For A Summer Scorcher

While the summer of 2023 came narrowly close to stealing the crown from 2022 to become the hottest UK summer on record, the Met Office now predicts that the summer of 2024 could be another record-breaker. Given that we have witnessed exceptionally hot summers for several consecutive years, acting now to install a rainwater harvesting […]

Water Systems – Plant Watering & Irrigation

Changes to our climate are forcing us to re-examine how we use one of our most precious natural resources – water. While long, dry summers are becoming more frequent, higher rainfall during other seasons gives us the opportunity to harness this resource through rainwater harvesting. While “saving up for a rainy day” used to be […]

Take advantage of Rainwater harvesting

Rainwater Harvesting systems Take advantage of a free resource when it falls from the sky – this is rainwater harvesting. Simply put, the water is collected from a roof or roofs and stored in a tank ready for use. There are no legal implications or environmental restrictions on this if it is simply rainwater harvesting […]

Focusing on water saving – Rainwater harvesting

One of the best known, and in fact the oldest type of water saving, is rainwater harvesting. For hundreds of years people have collected rainwater off roofs and stored it in some form of container to re-use. Not only is this environmentally a good idea, but it also saves money on mains water supply costs. […]

Are you worried that prices will rise after Brexit?

What will happen after Brexit? It is not an unfounded worry.  After all we are all wondering what will happen.  None of us have been through this before, and nobody can say for sure what will happen to the economy. We have preBrexit prices on our tanks, with some tanks on offer.  Have a look […]

Farm Flooding Safeguards Planned For Oxford By Environment Agency

2014 brought disastrous farm flooding within the Oxfordshire area, which cut off farms and major roads for several days. At present, there are over 1800 homes within the area, which the Environment Agency class as ‘high risk’. As such, it has proposed a new flood prevention scheme to protect and safeguard farms and properties within […]

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