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Why do you want to recover it ?. Provided it’s diluted and not contaminated with oil etc it is allowed to go into normal drains , in diluted form it’s quite harmless , when you go to the swimming pool you swim in it , and every time you drink tap water you are drinking diluted bleach , in very small amounts I admit but it’s still there . There might be restrictions in a nature reserve or an area of scientific interest or directly going into streams , but land drainage of mains water drains isn’t a problem 

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On 27/08/2020 at 22:09, Pjj said:

Why do you want to recover it ?. Provided it’s diluted and not contaminated with oil etc it is allowed to go into normal drains , in diluted form it’s quite harmless , when you go to the swimming pool you swim in it , and every time you drink tap water you are drinking diluted bleach , in very small amounts I admit but it’s still there . There might be restrictions in a nature reserve or an area of scientific interest or directly going into streams , but land drainage of mains water drains isn’t a problem 

When you read no run off of any amount can enter the storm drains, and the fine if this happens are large. So a system to collect is needed, our plan is to do it right or not at all. 

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20 minutes ago, KGEC said:

When you read no run off of any amount can enter the storm drains, and the fine if this happens are large. So a system to collect is needed, our plan is to do it right or not at all. 

Ware have you got this from ?...  we  do work for some very large companies and copies of our risk assessments have been forwarded to the NRA and the water board they are quite happy with it going into the drainage system , unless you have areas of ssi Ime very surprised that it’s not  allowed . Storm drains carry far worse than a very diluted bleach and dirt mix . How do you intend getting rid of hundreds or Evan thousands of ltr of dirty water ?. What are you going to do with it ? Road or storm drains are designed for dirty water, hypo in diluted form is harmless to the environment ,and breaks down into its natural products salt and minerals . 

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If you dilute with two thousand times with water then it becomes neutralised so the scientist at Moreton and Marsh told us. fwiw

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