Mall GmbH

Harvesting rainwater on site

Mall GmbH will demonstrate their competency relating to all aspects of rainwater on their stand at BAU in hall A1: The company is a sought-after partner in decentralized drainage solutions providing professional systems that are based on seamless reinforced-concrete tanks for using, infiltration and treatment of precipitation water. The objective of the rainwater management nowadays is to ensure minimum disruption of the natural water balance when using water or even recovering it as much as possible. Utilizing rainwater instead of draining it is not only ecological worthwhile but also makes...

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