Great job by the StormHarvester team yesterday installing our level sensor into this attenuation pond. The StormHarvester system will allow this attenuation pond to remain full of water between rainfall events and by doing so will turn the muddy pond into an attractive water feature.
Great weather on-site for our pre-installation meeting of this new StormHarvester system in Birmingham. All the rainwater falling on the development will be collected in the attenuation tank and reused to irrigate the impressive podium gardens.
Thanks to the Water Hub for giving us the opportunity to discuss our smart solutions with the Design team, Developer, Contractor, EA and the Council’s SuDs officer at this site in Newcastle today. The building area will be 2.5 Million SQ FT and the attenuation pond will be 8.5 Million Litres. Struggling to recall a bigger attenuation pond that I have worked on……
Automated monitoring and control of drainage infrastructure. Enabling reduced capital expenditure, optimised water management, and environmental improvement.