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AquaClad Modular Commercial Water Tanks

Dec 19, 2013

AquaClad Modular Commercial Water Tanks
One of the most common issues faced by professionals sourcing a water storage solution is achieving the required storage capacity within a limited space or a space with limited access. Sometimes prefabricated round or slim-line tanks just can’t be made to work for a given site. For those difficult sites and challenging projects, the AquaClad® flat –pack modular steel ta …

New Rainwater Harvesting Design Specification Guide – Free Copy

Nov 05, 2013

New Rainwater Harvesting Design Specification Guide – Free Copy
The Rainwater Harvesting Design Specification is a joint project between Urban Water Cycle Solutions and RHAA (Rainwater Harvesting Association of Australia). It brings together years of research on rainwater harvesting systems with Australian Standards and Industry expertise. It is not intended to be a replacement for HB230, Australian Standards or the Plumbing Code (see be …

How to Save Water Around the House

Oct 22, 2013

Have you ever wondered exactly where and how much water is being used at home? You might be surprised that it’s not the bathroom or the kitchen. We researched nine different studies and resources around the country to see which areas of the home Australians use the most water in and developed some easy and effective water saving tips for each one.Water Saving TipsHo …

Home & Commercial Water Recycling Resources

Oct 05, 2013

Not too long ago, Australia was in the middle of one of the most severe droughts we’ve ever faced. Read the collected resources below to learn about what you, your family, or your company can do to recycle water and lower your water consumption.Water that can be recycled:Rainwater The easiest and simplest recyclable water source with the lowest risk and amount of energy …

Ku-ring-gai Council Rainwater Tank Rebates

Sep 22, 2013

Rainwater tank rebates are available from Ku-ring-gai Council on Sydney’s north shore. A rebate of up to $900 per residence is available made up as follows: $500 for a new tank over 3000L capacity. For smaller tanks, rebates are awarded on a pro-rata basis. For example, a 2000L tank will receive $333. $200 per internal connection of up to two connections to a toilet …
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