Our treatment train can manage rainwater collected from a range of water sources.
The system shown here is receiving rainwater and stormwater. It is installed under the car-parking area of a commercial site.
Roof collected water is fed through a STORM_save where the First Flush water is separated and passed along to the drainage system.
Surface water is channeled through a separate STORM_save where the First Flush is again separated.
Surface water generally requires a higher level of treatment and is therefore passed to a STORM_clean device that acts as a fine filter before the water is sent into storage.
The separated First Flush water is channeled to a STORM_gpt where the larger pollutants are captured and held for later removal. The remaining water is then filtered by a separate STORM_clean before it is allowed to flow into the drainage system and re-enter the natural environment.
These capture processes provide a harvested resource where the subsequent water flows are received into an underground storage tank for later use in toilets, irrigation, and washdowns etc.