Water saving tips for September

Water saving tips for September

by Steph Marshall | on Sep 23, 2013 | 3 Comments

Following on with the theme that sometimes the most simple things can produce the most significant outcomes (read the article on treating water in the third world), this month’s tips focus on how to save water with the bare minimum of costs. This month’s tips are all aimed at encouraging building owner’s to use water […]

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How to Treat Water in the Third World

by Steph Marshall | on Sep 23, 2013 | No Comments

As the global demand for clean water continues to grow there are a number of opportunities opening up in the treatment and supplies market that are set to become extremely profitable, particularly in the developing world. Water treatment has become essential for all property owners hoping to save money and prevent wastage and from office […]

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Dyson’s not just a lot of hot air

by Steph Marshall | on Aug 26, 2013 | No Comments

For a long time we’ve associated the inventor James Dyson with revolutionising the vacuum cleaner industry and, more recently, with the manufacture of standalone warm air hand-dryers. Both products have helped Dyson to gain a worldwide reputation for innovative, functional and useful engineering and, although manufacturing has long since shifted to Asia, much of the […]

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Rain water harvesting

by Steph Marshall | on Jun 18, 2013 | No Comments

Rain can often be the last thing that we want to see on the weather forecast during the middle of the summer however, if you knew that 50% of water used in a building could be replaced by rainwater then you might start to think a little differently. Just imagine what your water rates would […]

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