How waste water heat recovery works

Showersave is installed in over 100,000 homes across the UK and Europe, all of which are benefiting from the recovery of the heat energy contained in the waste water being thrown down the drain. The short animation below demonstrates how Showersave works.

A cost effective route to Part L building regulations compliance

Showersave is installed in over 100,000 homes across the UK and Europe, all of which are benefiting from  the recovery of the heat energy contained in the waste water being thrown down the drain.

As well as being extremely easy to install, most Showersave systems are maintenance free and have established a record of high reliability.

The Renewable Energy Directive (RED II, Dec 2018) now includes Waste Water Heat Recovery as a renewable. With Showersave also being recognised by the BRE in both SAP & SBEM, it has become one of the most simple, sustainable and cost effective means of achieving Part L compliance.

Commercial developers

For commercial developers, Showersave can act as an inexpensive and invaluable insurance policy against unforeseen non-compliance of Part L of dwellings.

CPD

Our Accredited CPD is available in-person and online.The presentation will provide delegates with an overview of Waste Water Heat Recovery technologies in both residential and commercial environments. Find out more at Showersave CPD

Benefits
  • Low CAPEX and a hugely competitive £ per point in SAP
  • Critical for Part L 2021 compliance and route to Future Homes Standard
  • Lower cost alternative than other technologies, including MVHR, Solar PV and Triple Glazing.
  • Easy to incorporate into current building designs.
  • Simple to install using standard plumbing skills of work force.
  • Most systems require little, or no maintenance.
  • Fantastic record of post installation reliability.
  • Comprehensive customer support.
  • Showersave units are fully recyclable.
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