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Eco Green Water Management, an integral division of the Eco Green Group, is committed to redefining our approach to water use in everyday life. We focus on advanced irrigation systems and rainwater harvesting, catering to the needs of various sectors, including residential, commercial, and educational establishments. In a time when the conservation of water is imperative, our initiative plays a crucial role in promoting sustainable water usage practices.

Confronting Water Scarcity with Innovative Solutions

In response to the growing concerns of water scarcity and the need for environmental preservation, Eco Green Water Management is leading the change in how water is consumed and conserved. Our approach centers on the efficient capture and repurposing of rainwater. Our technology is adeptly designed to repurpose collected rainwater for a range of purposes, including grey water usage, landscape irrigation, and as a reserve for times of limited water availability.

This strategy significantly reduces the dependence on conventional water sources and minimises wastage.

Tailored Solutions for Diverse needs

Eco Green Water Management excels in providing solutions that are as diverse as the sectors we serve. Whether it’s a sprawling commercial complex, a vibrant educational campus, or a cosy residential neighbourhood, we have the expertise and innovative technology to craft bespoke solutions that meet specific needs and contribute to sustainable water management.

In commercial settings, our systems handle the extensive water demands of large-scale operations. In educational environments, they serve as functional examples of sustainable practices, educating the next generation.

Residential systems ensure efficient rainwater collection and utilisation, promoting self-sufficiency.

Commitment to Sustainable Water Management

The establishment of Eco Green Water Management reflects our unwavering commitment to environmental stewardship and responsible resource management. We recognise the vital importance of water in all aspects of life and are dedicated to managing this precious resource with care, innovation, and respect for the natural world. Our systems are more than just water-saving measures; they represent a holistic approach to water usage, creating a balance between consumption and conservation.

Join the Movement Towards a Sustainable Future

We invite you to join us in this movement towards a more sustainable future, where water is not only conserved but also cherished as a vital resource. With Eco Green Water Management, be a part of the change that prioritises the careful and wise use of water, ensuring its availability for generations to come.

There is also the potential carbon savings

  1. Reduced Energy for Water Treatment and Transportation: Traditional water supply methods, including treatment and distribution, often require significant energy, much of which comes from fossil fuels. Rainwater harvesting bypasses these processes, thereby reducing the energy needed to supply water.
  2. Lowered Demand on Municipal Systems: By reducing the demand on municipal water supplies, rainwater harvesting can decrease the energy needed for pumping and treating water in centralised systems.
  3. Reduced Stormwater Runoff and Treatment: Harvesting rainwater reduces the volume of stormwater runoff, which often requires energy-intensive treatment before it is released into water bodies or re-used.
  4. Substitution for Energy-Intensive Water Sources: In areas where water scarcity leads to energy-intensive solutions like desalination or long-distance transportation, rainwater harvesting can be a much lower carbon alternative.
  5. Potential for Renewable Energy Integration: Rainwater harvesting systems can be integrated with renewable energy sources, like solar panels, to pump and treat the harvested water, further reducing carbon emissions.

However, the actual carbon savings will depend on factors like:

  1. The scale of the rainwater harvesting system.
  2. Local climate and rainfall patterns.
  3. The existing water supply and treatment methods in the area.
  4. The specific use of the harvested rainwater (e.g., irrigation, domestic use, industrial use).
  5. The materials and methods used in the construction and maintenance of the harvesting system.

To obtain a precise calculation of carbon savings, a detailed life cycle assessment (LCA) of the specific rainwater harvesting system in question, considering all these factors, would be necessary.


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100 Liverpool Street

100 Liverpool Street


To implement innovative irrigation for urban landscaping at 100 Liverpool Street, blending functionality and aesthetics through concealed pipework, dripline, and decoder systems for green roofs and planters.

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The Pavillion Stratford

The Pavillion Stratford


To modernise urban green spaces in East London with an advanced irrigation system, spanning from plant room to roof, servicing green roofs and planters, optimised by Flow Smart software.

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