13 December 2022
The efficient use of water is becoming increasingly important. Water conservation efforts are receiving heightened attention and rainwater harvesting has become a major strategy in today’s economic environment.
Each year, thousands of litres of water may be going down the drain on your property that could be put to better use. As water resources are stressed in communities throughout many parts of Australia and all over the world, and consumer demand is increasing for companies to reduce their environmental impact, rainwater harvesting is increasingly sought after by both the general public and commercial organisations.
Rainwater harvesting systems are progressively becoming a part of sustainable water management measures and an important part of determining the environmental friendliness of a building. Many commercial operations use a significant amount of water and energy in their daily operations, and rainwater harvesting helps secure fresh water, thus helping to reduce a company’s carbon footprint…
Whether you’re searching for long-term cost savings or striving to be an eco-friendly company and achieve a green star rating, a commercial rainwater harvesting system can help reduce your water usage by as much as 40% while reducing your environmental impact at the same time – set your business apart! Just one commercial rainwater harvesting system can prevent tens of thousands of litres of stormwater run-off every time it rains and help save 2-3 million litres of municipal water per year which translates into saving thousands of dollars in water bills each year and providing a real return on investment.
Businesses that choose to implement commercial rainwater harvesting systems not only conserve millions of litres of water over the lifetime of the system but save money by using the harvested water for a variety of applications such as irrigation & agriculture, laundry, fixture flushing, cooling towers, vehicle & equipment washing, fire suppression, etc.
The technology for large commercial and industrial rainwater harvesting is the same for smaller installations, the only difference is simply the size and scale. Most commercial and industrial premises have a large amount of roof space that can easily be converted to improve rainwater harvesting. There are numerous and far-reaching benefits of a good commercial rainwater harvesting scheme:
Examples of large-scale commercial rainwater harvesting systems:
Orion work on large projects just as smaller single-property installations - providing complete rainwater harvesting systems and solutions for residential, commercial, industrial, and agricultural projects. Our water harvesting tanks come in a wide range of options and sizes and can be customised to meet your specific requirements.
Our knowledgeable staff has a combined experience of over 60 years in the rainwater harvesting business. If you or your organisation are involved in water conservation, sustainable water management and green building standards in your projects, we would love to hear from you and provide our professional services with a cost-effective approach to address the escalating issue of water conservation and management through our innovative rainwater harvesting systems.