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.
Bloomberg UK leads the Way in Sustainability by using Vacuum Toilets and Cooling Tower Water Recycling
The Bloomberg building in London is with an almost perfect 98.5% BREEAM sustainability rating the UK's highest performing building in innovation and sustainability. By using cutting edge technology, including a modern vacuum toilet system and cooling tower water recycling, the Bloomberg building is saving up to 73% of water compared to other office buildings.
Find out more about the innovative, sustainable design of the Bloomberg building by:
watching a short film, reading Bloomberg's Innovation Reports on their use of Vacuum Drainage and Cooling Tower Water Recycling, or reading the BREEAM Report.