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Plumbing, Pumping and Pumps July 21, 2016

Case study: Royal Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA)

Animal facility saves water via a variety of methods.

By Peter Harbour, PhD, and Robyn Overall, PhD, CJ Arms and Associates
Plumbing, Pumping and Pumps July 20, 2016

Tracking and conserving facility water use

Plumbing and mechanical engineers are frequently being tasked with doing everything they can to conserve water in commercial buildings.

By Peter Harbour, PhD, and Robyn Overall, PhD, CJ Arms and Associates
Plumbing, Pumping and Pumps March 22, 2016

Water management in commercial buildings—thinking differently

Throughout the world, there is increased pressure to track and conserve water in nonresidential buildings. This article reviews the current water management options, such as using greywater and rainwater, and looks at less traditional management options, such as wastewater and condensate reuse.

By Peter Harbour, PhD, and Robyn Overall, PhD, CJ Arms and Associates
Plumbing, Pumping and Pumps March 22, 2016

Stormwater system feeds cooling towers

A university campus in Bundoora, Australia, used a stormwater drainage system to save more than 4 million gallons of water per year.

By Peter Harbour, PhD, and Robyn Overall, PhD, CJ Arms and Associates
Plumbing, Pumping and Pumps March 22, 2016

Health care facility uses water wisely

Sustainable water management allows the Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity to save water and maintain lavish gardens.

By Peter Harbour, PhD, and Robyn Overall, PhD, CJ Arms and Associates
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