Drinking water is an essential component to human health so it is important to ensure the safety and reliability of systems used to deliver water for human consumption. Sub-standard drinking water systems not only put occupants and the community at risk, but they can also be expensive to repair or replace in the event of a product failure. However, choosing the right drinking water system is not always easy in today’s complex regulatory landscape. Designers and specifiers need a detailed understanding of how compliance and certification works in the drinking water industry to identify solutions that meet project objectives for performance, accessibility and sustainability.
Good. Better. Best. Understanding Certification and Compliance for Drinking Water Systems in Australia navigates the complex landscape of compliance and certification in the drinking water industry using a “good, better, best’ approach that helps designers and specifiers evaluate drinking water systems. First, we examine “good” products that meet the basic standards for drinking water systems in Australia. Next, we look at “better” products that go beyond the basic requirements for functionality, performance, sustainability and accessibility. Finally, we consider the “best” industry-leading products that achieve higher certification under recognised sustainability or environmental certification programmes.
For more than 25 years, Billi has been the market leader in high performance water filtration solutions for healthy and sustainable work and living spaces. All Billi commercial range models have been tested and comply with all required standards as well as achieve certification under industry-leading sustainable product and building schemes.
Download this whitepaper for a user-friendly guide to evaluating drinking water systems using the “good, better, best’ approach to product certifications and compliance.
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