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Water conservation <B>(Scanned copy)</B>

ARCHIVED - Water conservation (Scanned copy)

by M Shouler, J C Griggs, J Hall (01-Nov-1998)

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Whilst this publication can still be purchased some of the information in it has been superseded by more recent research and standards. The BRE Group does not accept any responsibility whatsoever for any loss or damage, including - without limitation - indirect or consequential loss or damage arising from use, or loss of use, of data or profits arising out of, or in connection with, the use of this document.

Please note that this is a scanned copy of a paper originally published in 1998, so the text is not as clear as in documents created as pdf files.

Water conservation has become increasingly important in the UK as demand for water has increased and shortfalls in supply have occurred. There is growing public awareness of the scarcity of water in some areas of the UK and of its economic value. The benefits of conserving water include: maintaining the availability of the water supply during drought periods; reduced pumping and treatment costs (with associated energy savings); wastewater reduction, protection of the environment and the possible reduction in costs for the consumer. 6 pages.

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