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To reduce the impact of water leaks in areas that are not occupied that may otherwise go undetected.
Are communal toilet or shower areas fitted with controls that isolate water supply when they are unoccupied?
|Credits||Answer||Select a single answer|
|0||A||Question not answered|
|Criterion||Assessment criteria||Applicable answer|
Where there are no communal toilet or shower areas this question can be filtered out of the assessment.
The following could be considered as types of flow control devices:
|3||Proximity detection shut off is not required for each individual toilet or shower, but the requirement is for the cold-water supply to be isolated for each block of facilities.||C|
|4||Programmable timed controllers linked to the shut-off device are an acceptable means of compliance for facilities where constant use is to be expected during operating hours.||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 water shut off controls.|
|All||Manufacturer specifications of shut off controls.|
|All||Systematic diagram showing the areas of isolation.|
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