New Rainwater Technology Design Handbook

07.06.2002

Wilo have recently published a comprehensive design handbook titled : The Rainwater Technology Handbook - Rainwater Harvesting in Buildings.

Written by Klaus W. Konig who is a leading expert in this field, the handbook provides excellent design data and references, and is illustrated with many examples of installations from around the world, such as The Millennium Dome in London, The Sony Centre in Berlin and the 2000 Games Olympic Village in Sydney, Australia.

The handbook can be purchased from Wilo, or at any major book retailer. (Ref : ISBN 3-00-008368-5)

Source: WILO SE

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