Victoria University has developed a number of initiatives to significantly and continually reduce water consumption across campuses and student accommodation.
The student-run Tap It campaign sought to engage students and staff in refilling reusable water bottles rather than purchase single-use bottled water.
Progressing sustainability via continuous pursuit of environmental excellence. The University of Auckland has come a long way since the early 1980s when we first started...
UCU fact file: the reasons for eliminating bottled water from the university, written by Richard Payne (UCU Environment Officer)
The Rippleffect is a free online water efficiency tool which provides your organisation with a straightforward and structured approach to help you to: understand how much water...
Responses from EAUC Members providing insight on the comparative cost analysis of bottled water coolers/heaters compared to installing mains supplied coolers/heaters
A report which demonstrates the total carbon emissions from the EAUC Annual Conference 2013 including emissions from energy, water, waste, accommodation, and travel.
The guide is designed to provide an overall strategy for water conservation through various stages of planning and using a building within colleges.
Case studies from the Winner and Highly Commended for the Energy & Water category from the 06/07 Green Gown Awards
The main aim of this water strategy is to establish procedures and recommended actions to enable Goldsmiths, University of London, to use, conserve and discharge water as...
University of Bristol have provided an Energy & Water Checklist that can be adapted and implemented in a HE or FE institution.
BioenergyWM website: provides an overview of bioenergy, a document library, regional case studies, upcoming events and links to further information.
Energy & Water Policy - Swansea Institute of Higher Education
A presentation from the 2011 Conference from Alan Brookes, The Energy Consortium, about the launch of The Renewable Generation.
The elephant in the room: measuring carbon emissions from procurement, travel, waste & water
A report which examines the extent to which departments and executive agencies are meeting targets to make their new buildings and major refurbishments more sustainable.
A case study from Southampton University on meeting the sustainable needs in a new build.
A case study from the University of Warwick on the investment of new halls of residence and the integration of sustainability within them.
A case study from The University of St Andrews getting to the next level and integrating sustainability into every part of the institution.
A question from Lucy Latham (Carbon Emissions Officer, Newcastle University) on water audits, especially on company selection and savings identification, attracted responses...