Yes they are we make them from polycarbonate material. There is no leaches in the stormwater system and of course they are introduced with the environment in mind at all times.
Anything is possible. Please contact us for more details.
Yes the fish can be produced in pretty much any colour you like. There are minimum quantities. Please contact us for more details.
As they are made from polycarbonate, these fish will last around 10 to 20 years under normal wear and tear conditions.
You can order fish individually. If you are looking to make a bulk order please contact us for prices.
The fish come complete with concrete tappets and the drill bit.
When you are ordering a standard stocked fish it will be dispatched within 2 to 3 working days. If you are ordering a custom fish we will advise you the turn around time prior to placing your order. Please contact us for more information.
Polycarbonate has a broad range of temperature tolerance. The material maintains its integrity between -40°C to 121°C (-40°F to 250°F). This means it is suitable to place it in locations which are very hot and areas that may get covered in snow.
Polycarbonate is a unique substance that is strong, durable, has a long lifespan, will not leach any harmful harmful chemicals into waterways, is UV resistant and can withstand climates from deserts to snow.
If your business or institution is environmentally friendly and chooses to install Fish on Drains on your drains to educate people about our waterways, you need to put a challenge out to other similar businesses or institutions to do the same. Collectively we can make a difference.
Ophelia Booth, at front, attaches a bright blue fish to a drain in Clyde Street last week, while the rest of the fishy drains crew look on; from left, Diana Booth, Brett Gibson, Councillor Rabbit Nottage and Phil Gerbault. Cr Rabbit instigated the ‘Mountains to Sea’ drains label project, to encourage people to keep the drains free of contaminants. “We want to make people aware that what goes into the drains goes into our streams, then into rivers and then into the sea.”
It's World Ocean Day and the children at Springlands School in Blenheim are celebrating by challenging the town to keep its drains cleaner.The school's Fish on Drains project started last year, when they fixed a plastic blue fish above a stormwater drain, reminding people not to pollute the waterways.