Commercial projects and public buildings produce huge volumes of wastewater. But instead of losing it, why not re-use it? Aquacell grey and blackwater systems do just that.
We design systems to perfectly suit your needs and harness wastewater from a range of sources throughout a development. Depending on your needs, our systems can be set up to:
- operate independently from the mains, or
- be integrated alongside the mains.
Gone are the days of relying solely on the public sewer system. With one of our state-of-the-art systems you’ll save money now and for many years to come.
Aquacell systems in action
Commercial Building (click to enlarge)
Commercial Precinct (click to enlarge)
Aquacell systems are available for recycling water in a range of facilities including:
- Office towers
- Sports clubs and fields
- Universities and schools
- Golf courses
- Public spaces and precincts
As you can see in the illustrations above, no matter the size of the project, our smart technologies can help you re-use more water.
The Aquacell difference
Aquacell offers occupiers and service providers lower overheads on amenities. We also make it easy to meet the green requirements often associated with new developments.
What’s more, your investors will see a quick return, know that their water recycling system meets all regulatory compliance standards and rest easy with round-the-clock maintenance support.
For more information on how Aquacell water recycling systems have been integrated into commercial and institutional buildings, please read our case studies below.
Commercial & Institutional Buildings Case Studies
Sydney CBD’s first 6-star high-rise. The iconic 29 storey, 47,000 square metre tower is located in the heart of the CBD and provides spectacular views across the famous harbour. 1 Bligh Street combines remarkable architecture with … Read More
Sydney’s first private urban recycled water scheme. Resume, play! In a first for Sydney, Blacktown Workers Sports Club now recycles its water to maintain their state-of-the-art sporting complex, and it’s all thanks to Aquacell. The Blacktown Workers … Read More
Aquacell’s most energy-efficient plant to date. Located in National Australia Bank’s D2 campus at 700 Bourke Street in Melbourne, the new blackwater recycling system installed by Aquacell consumes energy at a rate that is less than … Read More
Standing at 245 metres and 55 stories in San Francisco’s SOMA neighbourhood, 181 Fremont is comprised of 40,000 square metres of Class A+ office space on 33 floors and is home to Park 181, 67 ultra-luxury residences … Read More
Salesforce Tower is the tallest building in San Franscisco, at 325 metres, the construction provides scale never before seen in the city. Continuing the theme of scale, Salesforce Tower features the largest in-building water recycling system … Read More
Burwood Brickworks is set to become the world’s most sustainable retail centre, through adherence to the Living Building Challenge (LBC). Acknowledged globally as the most rigorous performance standard in the built-environment, the LBC focuses on seven … Read More