Sport pitches in optimal
Always enough fresh water available from your own sustainable water source.
Less maintenance and high quality water.
Sufficient water of high quality, that’s no longer evident. Extreme droughts are increasingly leading to bans on spraying with surface and ground water. And even when it is allowed, the quality of that water is often poor that it leads to unwanted algae growth. Or worse, player infections.
Irrigating with drinking water? That is not desirable from a sustainability point of view, and is leading to a high water bills as well. With Bluebloqs you can do things differently: by using clean rainwater to irrigate your sports pitches.
Our Bluebloqs biofilter treats rainwater in a natural way. After this treatment, the water can be stored in natural aquifers in the subsurface. It fits your sport facility and stadium, storing enough water to bridge dry periods. Voila, your high-quality alternative to surface an drinking water is created.
The parking space around the stadium, the fields of your sports club or the large flat roof of your sports facility offer an excellent opportunity to catch rainwater, requiring the adjustments to be minimal. And the best thing? Bluebloqs offers a beautiful green appearance to your entrance, terrace or stadium.
You create your own water source based on rainwater. That water is naturally purified and stored in the deep soil beneath your sports complex. Ready to be used.
Leave a legacy!
By storing water in autumn and spring, there is sufficient water available in our dry summers. Exactly when you need it the most.
Reliable, regardless of the conditions.
Prevent algae growth and health risks through the use of high-quality water supplies. Our biofilter and the underground storage ensure this high quality.
Top sport knows no compromises: only the highest results count. For this, the field must be in optimum condition throughout the year. Groundkeepers are constantly busy spraying the mat. How great would it be if you had your own circular water supply, which also prevents algae growth on your expensive turf?
An independent water source also offers possibilities in the stadium itself. Ever thought about how much drinking water you could save by flushing the toilets with rain water?
A top athlete wants to lead the way. You too?
Various sports associations (including UEFA, FIH are committed to making sports clubs more sustainable. Climate change makes our summers hotter, which forces you to irrigate more, while you are no longer allowed to use surface or groundwater. By using rainwater you always have enough supply, you keep your pitches green and offer safe conditions on (artificial) grass.
Setting the right example is one, but budgets must be in balanc. By using your own system with security of availability, you save on an increasingly expensive drinking water supply.
Setting a good example. Sounds good, right?
Water consumption is one of the biggest challenges for sustainable building management. Sports halls, swimming pools and similar facilities consume large amounts of drinking water, while only 5-10% is used for drinking. Wow! The requirements for retaining rainwater on site are also becoming strict. 1 + 1 = 2, use this rainwater as a replacement for the increasingly expensive drinking water.
Cleaning machines that waste endless amounts of drinking water to clean the complex, and moreover discharge that water into the sewer?
We can do things differently. Are you in?
Kieran is a top athlete and knows a lot about sport pitches.