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TN 7/2001 Rainwater and greywater in buildings: project report and case studies

Publication Year
2001

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Abstract

Report that forms one of the published outputs of 'Buildings that Save Water', research by BSRIA and CIRIA between Feb 1998 and June 2000. Covers detailed monitoring at seven demonstration sites where rainwater and greywater systems were installed, over a twelve month period, to evaluate the operational performance of the systems. This report is targeted at those installing rainwater and greywater systems, or monitoring them, and includes general recommendations on best practice for rainwater and greywater use.


ISBN

0860225771


Publisher Information

BSRIA Limited

BSRIA was founded in 1956. It is a consultancy, test and research organisation, which publishes technical notes and guidance for designers and specifiers of building services.

Old Bracknell Lane West
Bracknell
Berks
RG12 7AH
UK

Website: www.bsria.co.uk/
Email: bsria@bsria.co.uk
Tel: 01344 426511

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