Rainwater and Grey Water Harvesting

Posted by on Apr 23, 2014 in Thoughts and musings

Harvested rainwater can be beneficial to the environment and to your bills especially if you’re situated in the southwest. It can be used as irrigation or for indoor heating for houses, and in some circumstances can even be used as drinking water. Grey water on the other hand is regarded as wastewater, which predominantly comes from sinks, baths and showers. If it goes through a few stages of filtration it can eventually be used as water for washing or flushing toilets. Are there Devon Architects who could design and help implement this eco-friendly water system?

Regeneration Partnership pride themselves on being able to offer a holistic suite of services, which can be combined with its architectural design or as stand alone consultancy to third party design teams. They deliver all aspects of environmental design from the initial brief and feasibility studies, to detailed design, specification, procurement and onsite supervision. They achieve all of this whilst still adhering to the Passivhaus approach to architectural design.