Engineered Solutions Canada engineers and manufactures Rainwater Harvesting skid package systems. Designed for providing adaptability and ease of installation while maintaining maximum performance with high energy efficiency. We develop and build to meet your specific requirements.
We represent leading manufacturers of quality-engineered products in the commercial industry. Our products cover a wide variety of needs in industrial facilities, schools, restaurants, courthouses, stadiums, office buildings, convention centers, airport terminals, hospitals, prisons, and other public and private buildings.
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We pride ourselves on finding superior solutions to all Rainwater Harvesting, greywater, & water collection issues. As a result, we include products in our systems which conform to or exceed industry standard codes; all systems meet ANSI 63-2013 Rainwater Catchment Systems standards which comply with the commercial construction industry. Our PLC Control Panels are inspected, tested and above all, certified by the FIELD EVALUATION SERVICE OF ESA. ESA is The Electrical Safety Authority of Ontario. Above all, they ensure compliance with the CSA Standard SPE-1000-13 – Model Code for the field evaluation of electrical equipment.
The Vaughan and British Columbia warehouses along with our Eastern Canada representative, offer accessibility of products to our Canada-wide distribution network which maintains fast and reliable service.
Our engineering staff offers their expertise and experience in providing an economical & streamlined solution while adhering to the industries best practices. We provide in-house training services for Engineering Consultants to help educate your engineering personnel & help with your design solutions.
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Rainwater Harvesting is becoming a procedure that many Canadians are incorporating into their daily lives, although data does not give exact figures for implementation. Use Rainwater for a number of purposes including stormwater reduction, irrigation, laundry and portable toilets resulting in low domestic water usage which saves money.
Provincial and municipal legislation is in place for regulating the rights and uses for captured rainwater.
As a result, multiple organizations and companies have developed in Canada to provide education, technology, and installation for rainwater harvesting.
Provincial property rights
Almost all provinces have outlined little to no provincial property rights pertaining to rainwater. Finally, many local municipalities have bylaws outlining criteria for capture and storage containers among other articles related to rainwater harvesting.
Ontario permits the use of rainwater for flushing toilets and urinals, as well as for sub-surface and below ground irrigation systems. Hence a large number of standards and regulations have been put in place regarding catchments, conveyance networks, and storage containers in Ontario Guidelines for Residential Rainwater Harvesting Systems. Maybe since the temperature during winter months in Ontario drops below zero, rainwater is at high risk of freezing. For that reason Ontario places a strong significance on guidelines to ensure that rainwater is in a controlled temperature environment.
Note: this information extracted from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rainwater_harvesting_in_Canada
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Rainwater harvesting is becoming a procedure that many Canadian companies are incorporating into their buildings. For that reason rainwater is used for a number of purposes including stormwater reduction, irrigation, laundry and portable toilets & urinals. Provincial and municipal legislation is in place for regulating the rights and uses for captured rainwater.
Engineered Solutions Canada
We are a leading manufacturer, innovative designer and provider of Boiler House, Domestic Hot Water, Rainwater, and Steam Control systems and Control Modules.
Our mainstream and modern systems are designed for the commercial, industrial and residential markets. Also providing steam specialties, hydronic products and components across Canada, our engineered systems meet national codes and are manufactured for adaptability and ease of installation while giving maximum performance with high energy efficiency.
A Division of Morris/Lee, Ltd. Canada, Engineered Solutions
launched in 2015 in order to incorporate the same type of division of Morris/Lee’s parent company, Morris Group International.
We are committed to providing you the best products and customer service for all your Boiler House, Domestic Hot Water, Rainwater and Steam control system needs.
Our engineered systems meet national codes and are manufactured for adaptability, ease of installation while giving maximum performance with high energy efficiency. We have the expertise to help design the perfect solution built to your requirements and in doing so will help alleviate time, energy and cost.
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Rainwater Harvesting: General Information – sourced from the Government of Ontario
Rainwater harvesting (RWH) is the ancient practice of collecting rainwater and storing it for later use. RWH systems are comprised of a roof catchment, conveyance network, rainwater storage tank, pump, and fixtures where rainwater is utilized. Most systems also incorporate treatment technologies to improve the quality of rainwater before and/or after storage, and include provisions for periods of insufficient rainfall (a water make-up supply) and times of excessive rainfall (overflow provisions).
The most important consideration when designing and installing a RWH system are the pertinent provincial codes and regulations, standards, and municipal bylaws. Other considerations include how the design, installation and management of RWH systems can affect the quantity of water saved and the quality of rainwater harvested, as well as cold weather suitability of the system.