A lot has changed in recent years. Bans on outdoor water use have become part and parcel of life today.
Filling the pool, kids running through sprinklers, washing the car and boat, watering the garden and cleaning the house and deck… all require one thing – water!
But turning on the tap isn’t a given anymore, as we can no longer take supply for granted.
Water Sustainability Concerns Us All
If you don’t have an alternative supply when water bans are announced, you have no choice but to halt any activities that involve turning on the outside tap. So serious is the threat of running dry, that in Auckland residents must comply or face a $20,000 fine.
But it doesn’t need to be that way. We have many cost-effective, slim and stylish solutions for collecting your own rainwater. Not only do our vulnerable waterways reap the benefits, but we do too!
It’s time to be self-sufficient, and do our part for water sustainability by collecting and reusing rainwater.
By saving water we also save –
- Our streams and vulnerable waterways
- Stormwater infrastructure
- Our gardens, trees and lawns too!
Every new house in the Wellington region is now required to have at least 2000 litres of water storage onsite. Not only does this reduce dependence on mains water supply, it ensures that in the event of an earthquake, all new houses will at least have water onsite.
We’re passionate about water sustainability and protecting our ponds and streams near urban areas, while sensitive to your need for innovative stormwater solutions via our Aquacomb® and FenceTank™ systems.
We are proud to have partnered with Sustainable Coastlines, a New Zealand charity committed to keeping New Zealand’s waterways clean.
Tanks manufactured and distributed by Stormwater Systems are made of high-quality polyethylene. The manufacturing process we follow produces zero waste and the tanks are 100% recyclable at the end of their life. Aquacomb® pods are made from recycled plastic (when we can source it).
By Kiwis, For Kiwis
FenceTank™ is proudly New Zealand made. It has been designed and manufactured in Auckland with the intent to provide a rainwater harvesting solution for Kiwis right from Cape Reinga to Bluff.
Stylish And Discrete Water Collection Solutions
When most people think of rainwater tanks they picture green or black round monstrosities, taking up a huge amount of space and imposing on surroundings.