Data Centres consume significant amounts of water in their cooling systems, leading to concerns about water scarcity and the environmental impact of their operations. Rainwater harvesting can help address these concerns by providing an alternative source of water that can be used for cooling systems and other non-potable applications. By collecting and storing rainwater, data centres can reduce their reliance on municipal water supplies and decrease their impact on local water resources. Additionally, rainwater harvesting can help data centres achieve sustainability goals by reducing their water consumption and carbon footprint.
In the last number of years RHI Water have been involved in the design and supplying of both rainwater harvesting and filtration equipment to a number of Data Centre projects in Ireland and more recently to mainland Europe. In these projects the building designs are striving to achieve LEED and BREEAM certification using rainwater harvesting. We are very proud of the fact that our equipment and expertise has helped in achieving this objective.
We have been providing a range of equipment for both potable and non-potable systems within the buildings. The scope of supply includes HYDRAPRO FT rainwater filters to fine sediment filtration to disinfection and purification systems as well as electrical and mechanical controls.