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Rainwater Harvesting Systems & Water Tanks
New research shows ways of protecting your home against dengue risk
Rainwater tanks have been identified as a potential cause for the spread of mosquito-borne infectious diseases in Australia.
News | 08/05/2019
4 walking tours to explore Chippendale creative precinct during Sydney Architecture Festival
Four themed walking architectural tours designed to explore different facets of the Chippendale creative precinct are expected to be a major highlight of the upcoming Sydney Architecture Festival.
News | 20/09/2016
Water self-sufficiency for an urban home: Gladesville House by your abode
This Sydney home cleverly combines its Lysaght roof with rainwater tanks, pumping systems and water-efficient fixtures to maximise its water efficiency.
News | 09/12/2014
Rothelowman Architects continue gentrification of Elwood, Victoria with sustainable apartments
A $35million apartment complex by Rothelowman Architects is set to continue the gentrification of Elwood, Victoria, says the development’s selling agent.
News | 10/07/2014
Queensland to scrap compulsory water tanks in new homes
The Queensland Government has announced plans to abolish laws that make it compulsory to install rainwater tanks and gas, solar or heat pump hot water systems in all new homes.
News | 22/01/2013
A Water Conservation Conversation
Little has changed in the century since Dorothea Mackellar composed her ode to a sunburnt country, describing Australia as a land ‘of droughts and flooding rains’.
News | 07/01/2013
World Green Building Week - a tour of Sydney
In celebration of the launch of World Green Building Week, Architecture and Design was invited by the Green Building Council to join a tour of some of Sydney's most sustainable buildings.
News | 19/09/2012
Rainwater and greywater rebates to conclude
The Australian Government’s National Rainwater and Greywater Initiative household rebates are no longer available for rainwater tanks or greywater systems purchased after 10 May 2011 and the scheme will cease altogether in November.
News | 12/05/2011
More Australians use rainwater tanks
The use of rainwater tanks by Australian households continues to increase, according to the latest report by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).
News | 22/11/2010
TOTE building to be turned green
The City of Sydney will be retrofit its newly acquired TOTE building in Zetland.
News | 10/09/2010
New homes more energy efficient
Households in newer dwellings were more likely to have the energy and water efficiency elements they needed to reach government building standards, according to a report the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).
News | 23/08/2010
The hills are alive with the sight of sustainable design
Nestled in the surrounds of Eden Hills in Adelaide’s southern suburbs lies the Cochlan residence.
News | 08/06/2010
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