By Aquaflow

Don’t spill a drop of water, collect rainwater

water storage capacity needs to be increased

water storage capacity needs to be increased

Aquaflow ‘RoofWater’ collects rainwater and stormwater from the roof of office buildings, parking garages and the courtyard.

The water is directed to the filtration system and storage cistern located in the underground of the building. Collected and filtered water is then stored so it can be reused. 

Rainwater

Rainwater on the roof must be quickly passed to the underlying storage; that’s why we use high demands on the pavement. This system is finished with special water passing or water permeable bricks.

These stones can dispose up to 4,500 liters of water per m2. Per hour a capacity 20 times higher than the norm!

 

Climate change, water harvesting and storage on garages and buildings

water storage on garages and buildings

The water passes through the stone by small indentations, which are not visible. A beautiful finish is guaranteed, but pavement with tiles, natural stone, asphalt, stone park or green roof are also possible. Take a look.

Climate change, green roofs, rainwater harvesting

Aquaflow rain water storage combination with green roofs

A harvesting system is a perfect addition to nearly any irrigation system.

Climate change, rainwater storage, water reuse, infrastructure in cities

Aquaflow water harvesting combination with asfalt and tarmac, especially for roads and garages

A properly designed system can dramatically reduce or completely eliminate your need for an outside water source for your irrigation system.

water harvesting system Aquaflow

Aquaflow rainwater harvesting system


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By Aquaflow

Rainwater harvesting infrastructure

Water shortage India

3.5 million people in Delhi have shortage of clean drinking water

Does your city has shortage of water? And do you want to collect all the water that comes in? Is your space precious? With this Aquaflow® system your city collects rainwater in roads, transports it to the recycle plant so you don’t have to spill any drop of it. 

 

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The space for rainwater storage arises because the road foundation is built with multiple broken stone with 40% voids. The salvage deflates by infiltration (on sandy soils) or delayed drainage to avoid that the ground drops down because of lowering ground water levels. Multifunctional land at its best: ditches and ponds disappearing under roads and parking lots.

Aquaflow offers cities their knowledge and experience. They give advice about the best infrastructure to collect the water for your city.

  • Works can be done by local contractors.
  • The pavement will be made in your country by a local company.

Water from roofs and streets

Climate change, rainwater storage, water reuse, infrastructure in cities

Aquaflow water harvesting combination with asfalt and tarmac, especially for roads and garages

The rainwater from roofs as well as from streets fits into the road foundation. The water from the street usually drops off by water passing or porous pavement.

But it can also be through a special AquaFlow WT swirling or Aquaflow water trip in the gutter with asphalt, tile or solid paving. Water from roofs can be connected above the ground or underground.

Recollect water on roofs

A multifunctional roof, such as a square on the roof of a parking garage, can be used to buffer water. For this purpose the Aquaflow system adapted to the demands of a roof: waterproof, low height and lightweight.

Properties

  • buffering and storage of rainwater
  • purification and capture of pollutants
    • heavy metals
    • hydrocarbons
  • slow drains or filters
  • complete design freedom
  • utilization of rainwater
    • usage of toilets
    • hydrate gardens
  • high quality of materials and construction

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