JDP has supplied large diameter HDPE pipes for a stormwater attenuation tank, to provide best practice SuDS and effective water management for a new Redruth housing development.
Responsible for the protection of a new Sanctuary Housing development at Wheal Harmony, Kier Group contracted JDP to provide an effective drainage solution for water management purposes.
An attenuation tank of 59.5 metres in length was supplied to protect the 65 affordable dwellings from water damage. The system comprises a 1,500mm HDPE pipe from JDP’s Launceston depot, which has been developed to carry stormwater underground.
The SuDS system has been designed to deal with the flow at source, rather than transferring problems further down the watercourse.
JDP boasts an extensive range of attenuation and infiltration products, including its recently extended RAINBOX portfolio. The company aspires to minimise the risk to localised flooding, whilst providing best practice SuDS.
Its technical design department is able to provide advice and support for projects involving SuDS, to ensure that housebuilders and developers can achieve effective water management for a multitude of projects.
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