This WHO book provides guidance for managing water supplies in buildings where people may drink water, use water for food preparation, wash, shower, swim or use water for other recreational activities or be exposed to aerosols produced by water-using devices, such as cooling towers. This publication is one of a series of supporting documents that provide guidance on implementing the World Health Organization’s Guidelines for Drinking-water Quality. An electronic version of this publication is available on the WHO web site. More information is available at the www.worldplumbing.org.
Water Safety in Buildings Guide Published by World Health Organization (WHO)
Perceived benefits make residents willing to help public works departments.
National labs, universities, businesses selected for total of $74 million in funding.
Practice optimizes power grid, incorporates more renewable power.
Functions as a transparency platform for organizations to disclose their operations.
Software toolkit enables access to deep energy retrofit and zero-net energy strategies.
New windows, doors, and skylights will get to market faster.
Intent is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions; improve efficiency for buildings larger than 25,000 sf....
Process often used to predict interior surface temperatures on fenestration.
Clarifies the responsibilities of rental housing providers and renters.
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