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Reaching the Vertical Limits Reaching the Vertical Limits
19 Feb 2014
Are vertical farms the way forward for food manufacture and water conservation? Jonathan Jackson examines the rise of vertical farms and their importance to the future.
Set out to be accurate Set out to be accurate
19 Feb 2014
Technology plays a vital role in bridging the gap between the office and the construction site and the MEP industry is seeing great benefits of moving towards BIM.
World Plumbing Conference India 2013 World Plumbing Conference India 2013
26 Jun 2012
The Indian Plumbing Association (IPA) is all set to play the role of perfect host at the 10th World Plumbing Conference, scheduled to be held in New Delhi on 14 and 15 November 2013.
World Plumbing Day: The best yet
25 Mar 2012
As March 11 every year, everywhere becomes a significant day supporting plumbing and plumbers around the world, there can be little doubt that the 2012 celebrations of World Plumbing Day proved another great success.
World Plumbing Day Twitter Challenge
07 Feb 2012
It is just over a month to World Plumbing Day, March 11, every year, everywhere, and the World Plumbing Council want all their members and and staff on board supporting this day around the World.
Drainline poisoning Drainline poisoning
01 Feb 2012
A drainline in Lahore has been found to be contaminating vegetable crops with heavy metal pollutants.
World Plumbing Day 2012 World Plumbing Day 2012
31 Jan 2012
The world's children have been invited to submit posters to represent World Plumbing Day 2012.
World Plumbing Day 2011 a global success World Plumbing Day 2011 a global success
09 May 2011
Created in 2010 by the World Plumbing Council (WPC), the second World Plumbing Day on 11 March 2011 has been hailed as a success writes Robert D Burgon, Chairman, World Plumbing Council.
Toilet training for pigs
09 May 2011
Taiwan is coming up with pollution solutions that aims to fix smell and water use on pig farms. The experiments aim to train pigs to use the toilet.
Urinal games in Japan
09 May 2011
Japanese entertainment company Sega has created an entirely new urinal experience: urinal controlled games.
CIB Symposium Sydney 2010 CIB Symposium Sydney 2010
29 Nov 2010
CIB Working Commission W062 on Water Supply and Drainage for Buildings, held its 36th Annual Symposium in Sydney, Australia on November 8-10, 2010.
Geberit's new growth phase Geberit's new growth phase
27 Jul 2010
Geberit has big plans for their Asia Pacific operation. Jonathan Jackson spoke with Geberit Asia Pacific CEO Michael Schumacher about market penetration, education and the new Shanghai head office.
The world's biggest sustainable Expo The world's biggest sustainable Expo
16 Jun 2010
With the theme “Better City, Better Life”, the biggest World Expo in the history ever, is currently taking place in Shanghai, China. The Expo began 1 May and will finish 31 October and will host approximately 70 million people.
Wastewater breakthroughs in China Wastewater breakthroughs in China
15 Jun 2010
Two years ago, scientists from around the world predicted that China would be leading the way in ‘toilet-to-tap” technology. Under the guidance of Professor Siqing Xia of Tongji University, those predictions have come true. Jonathan Jackson spoke with Professor Xia about the implementation of the technology and further research.
Geberit opens head office in Asia Pacific Geberit opens head office in Asia Pacific
15 Jun 2010
The new Geberit Asia Pacific headquarters opened in style on 27 May, 2010 with a full Chinese ceremony and a great deal of hope for the future in this burgeoning region.