Water and Energy Requirements at a Tenanted Research House
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Research House, built in the sub-tropical city of Rockhampton, is part of the Queensland Department of Housing's 'Towards Healthy and Sustainable Housing Research Project'. The aim of the venture was to construct a house with passive sustainable building design and to monitor how the features worked with a rental clientele, who would have minimal interest in the outcomes, in contrast to other 'sustainable houses' occupied by environmentally concerned owners. Both water and energy usage have been collected and collated for two groups of tenants.
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