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PUB C539 Rainwater and greywater use in buildings - best practice guidance

Publication Year
2001

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Abstract

Publication aims to address the problems of how separate or combine rainwater and greywater systems to provide safe water for buildings and provide information and authoritative best practice for these systems, either separate or combined. Provides practical guidance on the specification and implementation of rainwater and greywater systems based on the findings from demonstration sites, consultation with stakeholders and contact with other sites not directly monitored by the project. The Guidance is aimed at developers, building owners, equipment manufacturers and their consultants and contractors.


ISBN

0860175391

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