The UKs leading woodland conservation charity, The Woodland Trust has recently commissioned Waterguard Services Ltd to install a Waterguard leak detection system into their brand new head quarters.
The new £5 million Grantham based building, designed by Feilden Clegg Bradley, houses over 200 employees and has been specifically designed to create a highly sustainable building, strengthening the Trust’s core cultural values.
The Waterguard system will ensure the Trust is working hard to conserve and save water. In the event of a burst, leak or accidental damage, the Waterguard System will automatically shut off the water supply, not only preventing a huge amount of damage, but also preventing water wastage.
Mike Chambers, Director, Waterguard Service Ltd, commented “We were delighted to receive this request from the Woodland Trust. The main point of our business is to ensure that water is conserved and properties are protected. It is a credit to our business that we are able to demonstrate that ability whilst working with an organisation that is recognised as the leading voluntary sector organisation devoted to the conservation of the UK's woodland.”
The Waterguard system helped contribute to the building being awarded a BREEAM excellent rating.