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Design 4 Plastics Ltd.

Rainwaterer Terrace is a new concept in rainwater collection promoting the reuse of valuable rainwater and grow your own sustainability. The unique patented modular design has distinct advantages over other water butts on the market. Rainwater Terrace ® not only saves the householder money by reusing rainwater in the garden, its unique integrated plant growing system makes it an attractive addition to any home. Transportation is not an issue as all the parts nest within each other creating a compact package that s easily transportable in a small car. The Rainwater Terrace ® is built to last. Injection moulded in heavy gauge UV stable plastic, these strong durable components have excellent impact strength and are manufactured to perform in all weather conditions. Requiring no special tools or complicated plumbing Rainwater Terrace ® is very simple and quick to install. Located above ground it can be installed on completion of a new-build and requires very little maintenance (If any!). There are many r...

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