CASE STUDIES ON THE ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS OF PLUMBING
Case Studies on the Environmental Aspects of Plumbing
The Environmental Aspects of Plumbing is a living document including case studies from around the world on any of the many topics covered by the original paper.
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Dry Drains by Ron George
Fire Safe and Water Wise Plumbing Industry Commission
Civic Responsibilities Towards Sanitation in India by Sudhakaran Nair
Tajikistan Water Safety Report (Rudaki Central District Hospital ) by Richard J. Prospal
Tajikistan Revisited (Rudaki Central District Hospital Progress Report) - June 2012 by Richard J. Prospal
Stopping Loss, Saving Funds by Dan Rafter
The Sustainable Landscape - Permeable Pavement, Rain Gardens, Bio-Swales and Bio-Retention by Craig Cawrse, FASLA
Ball State University’s Geothermal System by Candace Roulo
Conserving Water - Reflections on India’s Increasing Apathy by G Venkatesh
Hospital Backflow Prevention by Edward J. Lyczko
Beginning of the End by Sunil Kumar Duggal
Drainwave - Dry Drains, Pulse Drainline Flushing and Grey Water Harvesting by Richard Atkins
Waterless Urinals for Environmental and Economic Benefits by Ajit Seshadri
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