Water consultants H20 Building Services explore the use of alternative water supply sources

Remember this? – A few weeks ago some water supply companies were literally running out of water.


With some water companies restricting water to large users with some firms such as Jaguar and Cadbury having to stop production due to lack of sufficient water.


Arctic weather conditions caused water leaks and in an under invested and vulnerable water distribution system water shortages are only a matter of time and will happen with increased frequency and will of course have an adverse effect on your business.


So how do manufacturing and production firms cope?  – Draw up a water management strategy easier said than done? No not if you consider taping into expert water industry knowledge and expertise and together working on a water strategy for your business.


The initial focus will be on water and waste water cost reduction and with the water management strategy. An integral part of the water strategy is an investigation into alternative water supply sources.


Alternative water supply sources, or as sometimes known as an “off grid water supplies” are natural underground sources of water that can be tapped into which is an innovative approach to a water supply which can be utilised and will not only cut your water costs by around 50% but secure your water supply to ensure that if and when your water retail company turns the taps off your business can continue trading as per usual and not have to shut up shop as some companies had to only a few weeks ago!


So alternative water supply source benefits are : –  

  1. Cut water bills by around 50%
  2. Secure your water supply in the event of water shortages or water supplier leaks in their infrastructure.
  3. Using alternative water supply sources or an “off grid water supply” is more environmentally friendly and contributes to carbon reduction


So where are the alternative water supply sources located?

Water industry experts H20 Building Services have direct access to 250 million cubic metres of alternative water supply sources available, the details of which can be supplied by contacting [email protected] additional water sources can be sought above and beyond the 250 million cubic metres that we have direct access to.


“Innovation in water”