Over the past 20 years our demand for water has risen considerably and in the UK each of us now uses an average 150 litres of water every day for washing, flushing the toilet, drinking, gardening and other household tasks!
With rising water prices and an increasing aim to become more sustainable there are a number of ways you can save and improve your water efficiency.
Rain Water Harvesting
Rain Water Harvesting is simply storing rain water which falls onto your roof and reusing it as a free resource. From a simple water butt to a fully integrated system…Whatever your household requirements, we have the system to suit your needs.
Saves you money by reducing your water bill
(large installs up to 30%)
Gains eco homes rating points for your property
Stores water for you in times of drought
Rain water is better for our garden as its free of chemicals
The cost of Rain water harvesting all depends on the system
you want to install.
Simple water butts start at £50.
Fully integrated domestic systems between £2000 - £4000
Grey Water Recycling
Greywater recycling involves collecting the water used in hand basins, showers and baths, processing the water in order to ensure a reasonable level of cleanliness and re-circulating the water for use in flushing toilets.
Can reduce mains water consumption and drainage by up to 30%
Generates significant savings on water and sewage bills
Meets the growing trend towards sustainable construction
Offers benefits for the end-user, architects, developers, housing
associations and environmental agencies
There are a number of different solutions for Grey Water Recycling
systems ranging from £1500 -£3000.
Go Green Engineering are approved installers of the micro grey
water system EcoPlay, voted sustainable product of the year by
Sustainable Building Awards.