It’s vital for a system and a regular service agreement to complement each other to ensure optimal operation, writes GARETH WILLIAMS
What does population growth mean for the infrastructure of Australian cities? As buildings go vertical, it gives the opportunity for superior water delivery
Part of the infrastructure needed to accommodate population growth is in education. Schools and schoolchildren need water, and a great way to deliver this...
The out of control behemoth that is the bottled water industry costs too much. It’s costing the environment and it’s costing our hip pockets. Surely there’s...
The compact water dispenser that provides filtered, purified, chilled and boiling water was a star attraction at the recent Total Facilities exhibition.
The BIBO water bar is the latest high-tech filtered, purified, chilled and boiling water appliance for the workplace and offers a true point of difference.
You may have needed serious muscles to access drinking water in days of yore, but today’s appliances are marvels of good design and you can access filtered...
Effectively managing all the elements that go into the central energy plant is a big challenge for facility managers, reports Nicholas Heydon.
With the global population expanding and the available real estate to accommodate it shrinking, facility managers are becoming increasingly space aware....
China is showcasing Victorian water-sensitive urban design and investing in local businesses to build ‘sponge cities’, designed to improve water habits.