Combi Pump

WaterCare’s No. 1 low level Combi Pump solution

Combi PumpWaterCare’s No. 1 low level Combi Pump solution

Specifically designed and developed by WaterCare’s own research at the request of a leading combination oven manufacture requiring wastewater from their oven to be pumped away at a height of just 40mm from floor level.

WaterCare’s CombiPump range has now become an almost essential part of any commercial kitchen set up where floor gulley drainage is absent or where ovens are sited away from the drainage points of the kitchen such as islands.

Having an operational ability to pump away to a 9-metre head and to withstand water temperatures up to 96°C together with a choice of capacities to suit any size oven means the CombiPump series is the ideal alternative to expensive alterations of existing drainage systems.

WaterCare’s CombiPump has a capacity to pump away up to 160 l/pm which not only means it can be connected to 2 ovens but can also be used in various other circumstances where drain water is required to be removed and no immediate drainage is available.

The Combi Pump is available in two sizes, each colour coded for easy identification. The CombiPump4 comes in a light blue cabinet and the CombiPump7 in a distinctive midnight blue.

For more information on the Combi Pump range, please visit www.combipump.co.uk or www.watercare.co.uk/combipump/.


WaterCare are proud to announce the launch of WaterCare Recycling initiative.

WaterCare are Proud to Announce the Launch of WaterCare Recycling Initiative

Building on WaterCare’s core philosophy of providing the eco-friendliest water treatment products available on the market today, it was a natural decision for them to progress this and develop a new area of our business dedicated to the recycling and re purposing of ALL water filters.

Therefore, WaterCare are now able to recycle and re-purpose ALL types of plastic and aluminium water filters using their newly operational recycling facility at their Head Offices in Harlow, Essex. They are also able to regenerate the expired resin from within these water filters to be used in future manufacture of new water filters.

The added value and service this new operation provides means that not only can you purchase your water filters, made right here in the UK by WaterCare, but you can also utilise this facility and help reduce plastic waste from filters to zero. In addition, all components of any expired, unwanted or end-of-line water filters will be re-purposed or regenerated for future manufacture in their products.

WaterCare’s ability to use the recycled, high quality, raw materials in the production of their water filters is a key element in their efforts to protect the environment and continues their aim to become the most sustainable producer of water treatment products. It also offers their clients the opportunity to deliver a strong and transparent message, both internally and to their customers, that they are passionately committed to reducing plastic waste throughout the industry through the supply of sustainable, eco-friendly water filters from WaterCare.

How do you get involved? Simple!

Either send your unwanted water filters back to WaterCare for recycling or contact them with details on how many you have to return, and they will have them collected from you, free of charge! *

What type of Water Filters can you send back to WaterCare Recycling?

Any Water Filter! WaterCare can recycle all major brands of filter; Brita, BWT, Everpure, 3M and all other manufacturers.

*Free Collection is dependent on location and volume. Please contact WaterCare for more details and to discuss your requirements on 01279 780250 or email info@watercare.co.uk.