WPL Is Launching Its Own Accreditation Scheme For Installers Of Its RainRetain Developers Rainwater Harvesting Systems.

The Developers systems are specifically aimed at property developers, housing associations and large-scale house builders and are distributed through builders’ merchants nationwide.

 


House builders involved with multiple property developments will be able to specify these systems easily knowing they comply with Building Regulations, the Code for Sustainable Homes and also BS8515:2009.   The systems reduce mains water use in the home and can be used for toilet flushing, laundry, cleaning and garden watering. They can also reduce surface water run-off.

 


House builders can be confident specifying the Developers system for their projects knowing their installers can receive full training on installation.  The cost of the training can also be claimed back against the purchase of the tanks.

 


The WPL accreditation scheme is made up of a two day course aimed at qualified trades people who are, or would like to be, involved with the installation of WPL's Developers rainwater harvesting systems. Day one is a combination of theory and practical assembly using fully operational displays at one of three training locations in the UK.   Day two consists of an on-site audit of the first system installed.

 

 
Katherine Jennings, WPL’s Merchant Sales Manager says, “As part of our continuous product development we want to offer customers products which are well supported, resulting in systems which are well installed which benefits all concerned.”

 


The scheme is due to be launched in November 2012 and for more information please contact WPL on 023 9224 2600.

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