Pool Converted for Rainwater Harvesting

The converted pool had been re-lined by a local swimming pool contractor. A standard swimming pool liner was used, which did not fit the awkward shape of the pool. The pool leaked and was proving ineffective as a rainwater harvesting tank for water containment.
The original swimming pool liner was removed exposing the geotextile protective liner. This was kept in for protection during installation of the TPO membrane.
Following a thorough site survey, RDL found the pool construction to be of an unusual shape with sides that were angled in, a sloping base and up-stands.
Flagon GEOP 1.2mm TPO membrane was cut, shaped and sealed on site to fit the pool's particular shape so that leaks would be prevented.
The client now has a leak-free rainwater harvesting system that operates without the need for an above-ground tank.
Green Flagon GEOP 1.2mm TPO membrane was selected as the choice of colour as this enables visual checks of the water level to be carried out, which are not possible with black liners.
 
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Tank Liner Installed in Converted Pool Project

RDL was approached in 2012 regarding the refurbishment of a badly lined and leaking outdoor swimming pool. The property owners had already started to convert the deep-end of the pool into a rainwater harvesting tank.

The design brief was to install a suitable tank liner for the containment of rainwater and to ensure the converted swimming pool was leak-proof. Flagon GEOP 1.2mm TPO membrane was the chosen tank liner and was cut, shaped and sealed on site to fit the pool's particular shape so that leaks would be prevented.