Vacuum Toilets Australia

Saving water has never been so easy

Business in Bloom - And Saving a Ton of Water in the Meantime

The brand new Bloomberg Headquarter in London is a showcase for modern sustainable office design and is expected to save 25 million litres of water a year by using a vacuum toilet system.

Read the full article published in the CIBSE journal


Standards Australia Publishes Amendment for Inclusion of Vacuum Drainage

After 6 long years of development, Vacuum Toilets Australia is pleased to announce that just last week, Standards Australia issued an amendment (Amtd 2) for the inclusion of Vacuum Drainage into the Australia Standard AS/NZS 3500.2:2015 Sanitary Plumbing and Drainage. This is a great achievement for industry as 0.8 litres per flush vacuum sanitary toilets and urinals, along with grey water interface collection tanks can now be specified and installed in compliance with regulatory controls.

Vacuum - One of the biggest Advances in Water-Saving Technology Since the Dual Flush Toilet

Financial Times' associate editor and business columnist Pilita Clark is impressed by Bloomberg's use of a sustainable vacuum toilet system in their new headquarters in London, stating "Bloomberg may have paved the way for one of the biggest advances in water-saving technology since the dual-flush toilet caught on 20 years ago". The system runs on rain water collected on the building's roof and recycled grey water alone and does not require any mains water. Read the full article here.

First Vacuum Drainage Installation Commissioned in WA

We are proud to announce that the first vacuum drainage installation of its type has been commissioned in WA. Our WELS 6 Star rated, WaterMarked Jets vacuum toilets are up and running in the InterContinental Hotel Hay Street Perth WA. Installation was undertaken by Johnson & Co. Read the full story originally published in the Master Plumbers WA magazine here.