(2 points available)
To minimise unnecessary water consumption by reducing the demand for utility-supplied water within the asset.
Does the asset harvest and reuse greywater, blackwater or rainwater?
|Credits||Answer||Select a single answer|
|0||A||Question not answered|
|Criterion||Assessment criteria||Applicable answer|
Where legislative requirements prevent use of non-utility supplied water within the asset, this issue can be filtered out
|2||Greywater, blackwater or rainwater should produce a reasonable reduction in the consumption of utility-supplied water.||C|
|-||The evidence below is not exhaustive, please also refer to the ‘BREEAM evidential requirements’ section in the scope of the Guidance for appropriate evidence types which can be used to demonstrate compliance.|
|All||Photographic evidence of non-utility supplied water source.|
|All||Where legislative requirements prevent the use of non-utility supplied water, a copy of the relevant legislation.|
Wastewater that has been discharged from kitchen and utility sinks, urinals and toilets within the asset..
Water that has been discharged from all sources other than kitchen and sewage within the asset.
Water that has been provided by an organisation that supplies a public service under regulation by the Government (e.g. mains water)
Uses of non-utility supplied water
Usage of rainwater and greywater include (but are not limited to):
- Irrigation for landscaping
- Toilet flushing
- Car washing
- Washing clothes
- Business process/production.
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