1. Rainwater Harvesting
Rainwater harvesting is a simple and cost-effective way to collect and store water. In most cases you can easily divert your existing downpipes to fill one or more water storage tanks to help save money and make the most of a precious resource.
2. Pumping and Filtration
Once you have collected your rainwater, it needs to be filtered and pumped into your home. We'll figure out the right pump and pair it with a sophisticated filtration system.
Household greywater can be filtered to nourish your lawn and gardens using the Watermate greywater recycling unit. The Watermate uses a simple but effective three stage filtering process to remove impurities such as hair, lint, soap and detergents, and the resulting water is ready for the garden.
Prefer to talk it through with one of our specialists?
Allflow wastewater consultant
Alastair has been working in the wastewater field for more than 40 years, starting out in 1977 when the Lewis family ran a septic tank cleaning operation with vacuum tankers.
Alastair says the Allflow team makes sure they are up to date with the very best and most sustainable wastewater products available on the market. “We research around the world, at trade shows and through our contacts in the industry, and we always look for quality in whatever we provide to our customers.”
Sales consultant and technical advisor
Clayton is the problem solver on the Allflow team and that’s the way he likes it. When there’s a particular customer request that’s a bit out of the ordinary, it’s often fired through to Clayton for resolving.
Providing both technical and sales support at Allflow, Clayton works mainly in the wastewater and vacuum parts of the business, as well as assisting customers with pumping equipment in the shop.
Get in touch to find out more
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