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Siphonic roof drainage software
03 Aug 2009
With DrainStar(R), the smart design and calculation software for siphonic roof drainage, benefits are double: up to 60% of building costs can be saved, while reducing CO2 emissions at the same time.
Membrane water filtration
23 Jun 2009
Pall Corporation (NYSE:PLL), a global leader in filtration, separation and purification systems and technologies, announced today that it has won a $14.7 million municipal water contract for the design and installation of a Pall Aria™ integrated microfiltration (MF)/ reverse osmosis (RO) membrane water treatment system in Manila.
Graywater treatment and technology Graywater treatment and technology
03 Jun 2009
A new Australian protocol aims to simplify things for manufacturers of greywater treatment technologies and increase their adoption by consumers.
India trials new train toilet India trials new train toilet
03 Mar 2009
A new toilet system developed in India has the potential to reduce fresh water use and improve national sanitation levels.
ISH Frankfurt exhibition 2009 ISH Frankfurt exhibition 2009
16 Feb 2009
Water and energy will be the two main themes of ISH Frankfurt in 2009.
Structured plumbing offers real benefits for water savers Structured plumbing offers real benefits for water savers
15 Feb 2009
Because there is a clear link between water use and energy consumption, saving water can also save energy. The search is underway to find more efficient ways of delivering water to limit energy and water loss.
Clean pipes lead to better hospital care Clean pipes lead to better hospital care
15 Feb 2009
A community hospital facility relies on crucial standards being maintained around the clock.
Positive trends to water and energy commitments Positive trends to water and energy commitments
15 Feb 2009
The results of a survey WPR magazine conducted in 2008, unearthed some interesting facts and figures.
China experiments with energy efficient housing China experiments with energy efficient housing
12 Feb 2009
China’s hunger for energy is worrying the rest of the world, but government regulations and project developments in that vast country are leading the way in conservation.
Heated wastewater: An overlooked source of energy freely available Heated wastewater: An overlooked source of energy freely available
12 Feb 2009
Heated wastewater can be harnessed to pre-heat the inlet to hot water systems, offering considerable savings and the downsizing of hot water unit capacity.
Water and sewerage challenges for major hotels Water and sewerage challenges for major hotels
11 Feb 2009
Water supply and sewerage systems have presented challenges in a major city's landmark hotel building.
Great innovations in sanitary engineering Great innovations in sanitary engineering
11 Feb 2009
The 19th Century saw a flourishing of great innovations in sanitary engineering, introducing safe and practical building drainage and plumbing systems on a large scale.
Norway's innovative wastewater treatments Norway's innovative wastewater treatments
11 Feb 2009
An experimental decentralized urban treatment system that processes graywater from apartments in an Oslo suburb has consistently produced water pure enough to swim in.
Aircraft plumbing design Aircraft plumbing design
10 Feb 2009
Imagine the equivalent of a large cinema crowd needing bathroom access 30,000ft in the sky. Aircraft plumbing designers are turning to distributed systems for solutions.
Water recycling means water savings Water recycling means water savings
09 Feb 2009
Hansgrohe, famous for its innovative plumbing fixtures is equally passionate about ‘upstream’ water recycling.