StormHarvester – Smarter Drainage Solutions


Future-proofing wastewater networks with smart drainage

We use machine learning and hyperlocal rainfall forecasts to create smart sewers.

StormHarvester’s algorithms can predict sewer blockages and optimise wastewater network performance, preventing pollution and flooding.


Efficient stormwater management with smart drainage

We combine storm attenuation and rainwater harvesting in one Smart Storm Tank.

This allows us to adjust water levels in the tank – ahead of heavy downpours or storms.

Our award winning technology

Whether your focus is managing a wastewater network or attenuating rainwater for a building, our smart drainage products can optimise your infrastructure using machine learning, IoT and cloud computing technologies.

Wastewater Case Studies.

Wessex Water

Wessex water provides water and sewerage services to 2.8 million people in the South West of England with 35,000km of sewers, clearing 13,000 blockages a year at a cost of £5m.

Northumbrian Water

Northumbrian Water provides water and sewerage services to 2.7 million people in the North East of England with 27,000 km of sewers and cleared 9500 blockages in 2019.

Stormwater Case Studies.

1 Grosvenor Square, London

Situated on one of London’s most iconic sites close to Buckingham Palace and marketed as Europe’s most desirable real estate, No.1 Grosvenor Square comprises 44 luxurious residences, a gym, 25m swimming pool, spa and cinema.

Snowhill Wharf, Birmingham

Snowhill Wharf is the first flagship development from St Joseph, part of the Berkeley Group. This development is located close to the Colmore Business District (CBD) in Birmingham City Centre. It contains over 400 residential units, a gym, sauna, steam room and communal cinema.

1 Triton Square, London

1 Triton Square is home to a state-of-the-art 3,500-person office development in London’s West End district. This environmentally responsible and socially active building extends to 366,000 square foot.

Our Partners.

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