Hepworth Building Products will showcase its new 750 litre Rainwater Harvesting Tank with pressurised pump at this year’s prestigious NMBS exhibition.

The Rainwater Harvesting Tank provides a method of achieving environmental sustainability without having to change the structure of a build or infringe negatively on its aesthetics.

Available in a range of colours to suit the exterior of different properties, the tanks collect and filter rainwater that can then be used to water a garden. Alternatively, Hepworth offers a pump that can be connected to the tank, providing a pressurised water outlet that can be used as a hose pipe to wash cars or clean down surfaces such as patios or driveways.

A regular at the show, which began in 1963, Hepworth will have a variety of plumbing and drainage products available at the event – including the market leading Hep2O flexible push-fit plumbing system - with experts on hand to answer any questions about its extensive product range.

Hepworth’s Marketing Communications Manager, Rachel Biggin said: “We always find the NMBS event a fantastic opportunity to showcase new and innovative products. We would encourage anyone attending to come and chat to a member of the team on stand 72, to discuss our entire range of products and the benefits they offer.”

She added: “The Rainwater Harvesting Tank is the first product to be launched as part of a rainwater harvesting range and with people thinking more about the environment, this product provides the perfect first steps for a more sustainable way of living.”

To be held on Wednesday 14 May at Telford International Centre, the one day show is a unique and dynamic exhibition aimed purely at Independent Merchants, attending to gain new ideas, see new products and meet potential and existing suppliers face-to-face.

With more than 300 member companies attending the show in 2007, the exhibition is a powerful and cost-effective marketing tool for the showcasing of new and improved products to owners, principals, managing directors and buyers.

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