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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Guidance note - grey water recycling and rainwater harvesting
    Guidance note - grey water recycling and rainwater harvestingTechniques such as rainwater harvesting and grey water recycling can provide financially viable methods to significantly reduce the amount of water used within the workplace. Reduction of water usedIn addition to reducing the volume of expensive mains water used, rainwater harvesting and grey water recycling have the advantage of reducing the volume of waste water and storm water that would otherwise be disposed of to the sewerage system. Our Guidance...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Register of environmental legislation - water
    Register of environmental legislation - waterOur register of environmental legislation - water helps to identify the law relating to water which applies to your business and what you're doing about it.Why you need our registerOur Register of Environmental Legislation - Water will show that you're up-to-date with the latest legal requirements. This can be useful if you're inspected by the Environment Agency, if clients ask environmental questions during vetting procedures, or if you want to go for certification...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Waste water management policy and procedure
    Waste water management policy and procedureThe increasing use of chemicals and pollutants, coupled with the rapid urbanisation of large parts of the country, means that the pollution and contamination of our natural water resources is occurring on a more regular and significant basis.Waste water management policy and proceduresTo counter the rise in this kind of incident, a policy of "the polluter pays" is in force. Those responsible for causing pollution can be made to pay the total clean-up costs of any pollution...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Water efficiency policy and procedure
    Water efficiency policy and procedureMany people seem to believe there is an endless supply of fresh clean water. However, a growing population and increasing levels of pollution are threatening the availability of water. Water restrictions are likely to become more common in the future and the price of water, which has already increased significantly over the last ten years, is set to rise further. Therefore, there has never been a greater incentive to manage and reduce the amount of water used within the workplace.Water...
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