Geoline Stormwater Attenuation Tanks – NSAI Agrément

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Geoline Ltd. Sole Irish Supplier of Pluvial Cube Attenuation and Infiltration Systems with NSAI Agrément (Irish Agrément Board) for Stormwater Attenuation Tanks

Geoline are pleased to announce that the Pluvial Cube Attenuation and Infiltration Systems have been awarded the prestigious NSAI Agrément (Irish Agrément Board), designated by Government to carry out European Technical Approvals.

NSAI Agrément Certificates establish proof that the certified products are ‘proper materials’ suitable for their intended use under Irish site conditions and in accordance with the Building Regulations 1997 to 2017.

Geoline Ltd. are the only suppliers in Ireland who currently supply the attenuation tank Pluvial Cubes of this standard.

Geoline NSAI Agrément Stormwater Attenuation Tanks (Irish Agrément Board)
Geoline NSAI Agrément Stormwater Attenuation Tanks (Irish Agrément Board)

Geoline, together with our partners ESS ltd./Alderburgh Ltd.  supply and install stormwater attenuation tank systems throughout Ireland, using the innovative Pluvial Cube Attenuation and Infiltration Systems,  based on the system of modular polypropylene units with low flow maintenance and self-cleaning channels.

Modern stormwater attenuation tanks based on these modular polypropylene units create a sustainable drainage system in conjunction with a satisfactory civil engineering design to act as an attenuation or as an infiltration vessel.

Attenuation tanks can be constructed using the modular units as a subsurface storm-water management system, used for sub-surface water storage or as a soak-away to manage rain water run-off from impermeable surfaces. Subject to site conditions and restraints, the Pluvial Cube system modules can be built up to create the volumetric capacity required for:

  • Attenuation system
  • Infiltration system.
  • Or a combined attenuation/infiltration system.

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