WHO WE RUN WATER FOR

THE UNIVERSITY OF LIVERPOOL

THE BRIEF 

The University of Liverpool in the North West of England accommodates 32,000 students and 4,700 staff in an area covering 40 hectares. Annually, the University consumes over 330,000 cubic metres of water from its halls of residences, catering areas, campus buildings, fitness centre, veterinary college and dairy farm. This puts it into the category of a large water user.

THE RESULTS

Ever mindful of increasing costs and environmental impacts, the University wanted to ensure that water was not being wasted. By participating in ADSM’s AquaFund grant scheme, it has maximised its water-efficiency across the entire University estate on an on-going basis. No wonder our partnership has been recognised at the Green Gown Awards, as well as the Sustainability Leaders Awards.

“ADSM are extremely professional and have helped us lowerour water consumption considerably. I can’t recommend them highly enough.”

Peter Birch, Engineering Manager, University of Liverpool

THE BRIEF 

The University of Liverpool in the North West of England accommodates 32,000 students and 4,700 staff in an area covering 40 hectares. Annually, the University consumes over 330,000 cubic metres of water from its halls of residences, catering areas, campus buildings, fitness centre, veterinary college and dairy farm. This puts it into the category of a large water user.

THE RESULTS

Ever mindful of increasing costs and environmental impacts, the University wanted to ensure that water was not being wasted. By participating in ADSM’s AquaFund grant scheme, it has maximised its water-efficiency across the entire University estate on an on-going basis. No wonder our partnership has been recognised at the Green Gown Awards, as well as the Sustainability Leaders Awards.

“ADSM are extremely professional and have helped us lowerour water consumption considerably. I can’t recommend them highly enough.”

Peter Birch, Engineering Manager, University of Liverpool

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