Water and Wastewater Management

Potable water is supplied via the street mains however non-potable water is provided by rainwater collection tanks. In the basement there are two 10,000 litre rainwater tanks for reuse at the non-drinking fixtures, such as toilet cisterns, irrigation connection points and any nominated hose taps around the facility.

Building design that conserves water

New urinals have water efficient fixtures fitted with water sensors for automatic occupant movement detection. 

Use of water efficient sanitary fixtures to w.c’s, basins and showers (4 Star WELS rated).

Main potable and non-potable water supplies and individual tenant hot and cold water supplies are metered to assist the landlord and tenant in meeting agreed benchmark targets.

All water supplies are monitored for leaks to minimise wastage.

Please do conserve water by:

Consider water conservation by limiting your shower time

Ensure all taps are completely turned off when not in use

Report any leaking taps or toilet fixtures to Samson 

Use the toilet half flush as appropriate 

Fully load dishwashers before use and operate on economy cycles where appropriate

Use half load cycles for small dishwashing loads

Do let Samson know if you have any spikes in your water bill or metering

Last modified: 04 Mar, 2019