Aquality’s philosophy is to deliver commercially sustainable rainwater harvesting & greywater recycling solutions that take account of regulation, but that start with the premise that we should first look to re-use water before discharging it into sewers and water courses, and therefore reduce the potential for flooding. Our approach can best be described as Integrated Non-Potable Water Management (INPWM).
What is - Integrated non potable water management?
System solutions that make the seemingly impossible possible
We have helped design some of the most sustainable international buildings
We maintain water re-use systems – not just our own!
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Our Philosophy - Integrated Non-Potable Water Management
This is the process of managing wastewater, and storm water for re-use as components of a basin-wide water management plan, that in the UK would normally include urban environments, Aquality offer expertise to manage run off from catchments for non-potable re-use, and SuDS, that can also form an element of a wider Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) plan.
NON-POTABLE WATER MANAGEMENT
Water, or more precisely its scarcity, is an issue that needs to be urgently addressed by government, regulators and water utility companies alike. Climate change, over extraction of water and population growth are largely to blame for the current and future areas of water stress in the UK.
At Aquality we pride ourselves in offering rainwater harvesting and greywater recycling systems that conserve water and aim to ease pressure on valuable water resources.
SuDS – SURFACE WATER MANAGEMENT
Flooding is no longer a rare event in the UK both climate change and increased urbanisation have significantly increased the levels of risk to humans and property. We believe that appropriate systems, carefully designed to meet set objectives, can make a significant contribution to the effective control and use of surface water.
Aquality are pioneering active SuDS attenuation systems in the UK, using intelligent cloud-based controls utilising weather station data.