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demand management refereed paper technical features 92 NOVEMBER 2012 water Acknowledgements The Authors would like to thank Gosford City Council for providing access to the data, without which this project could not have been completed. The Authors also thank Dr Ted Gardner for his valuable comments and suggestions. Disclaimer Opinions or comments in this paper are those of the authors and do not reflect those of any organisations mentioned. The Authors Dr Prasanthi Hagare (email: prasanthi. firstname.lastname@example.org) is the Senior Lecturer at University of Technology Sydney in Civil and Environmental Engineering. She is currently involved in research activities related to water supply, source separation of wastewater and industrial wastewater treatment. Dr Dharma Hagare (email: D.Hagare@ uws.edu.au) is the Senior Lecturer in Environmental, Sustainability and Risk Engineering at University of Western Sydney. He has over 20 years of teaching, research and consulting experience in Environmental Engineering and is currently conducting research in integrated urban water cycle management and risk assessment of recycled water applications. Ashish Modessa received his BE (Civil) Degree from the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology, University of Technology Sydney in 2010. He is currently working as a transportation consultant at GTA Consultants. Wayne Quennelle is Water Officer and Brett Koizumi-Smith is Manager, Regulatory Services, Water & Sewer Directorate, Gosford City Council, Gosford NSW. References ABS (2006): Australian Bureau of Statistics website, www.abs.gov.au, accessed on 5 March 2010. Beal C, Stewart R & Huang T (2010): South East Queensland Residential End Use Study: Baseline Results – Winter 2010, Technical Report No. 31, The Urban Water Security Research Alliance, East Queensland. Beal C, Gardner T, Sharma A, Barton R & Chong M (2011): A Desktop Analysis of Potable Water Savings From Internally Plumbed Rainwater Tanks in South East Queensland, Technical Report No. 26, The Urban Water Security Research Alliance, City East Queensland. DECCW (2010): NSW Rainwater Tank Rebate, NSW Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water (DECCW), www.environment.nsw.gov.au/ rebates/ccfrtw.htm, accessed on 3 March 2010. DSEWPC (2009): Water For The Future: National Rainwater and Greywater Initiative, Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities (DSEWPC), www.environment. gov.au/water/programs/nrgi/index.html, accessed on 3 March 2010. GCWSC (2009): Living Water Smart brochure, Gosford City and Wyong Shire Council (GCWSC), www.gosford.nsw.gov.au, accessed on 3 March 2010. Micromex Research (2006): Community Survey 2006 – REFIT Kits. Wyong North NSW. Modessa A (2010): The Effects of Using Rainwater Tanks on Managing Water Demand in Localised Areas, Capstone Thesis, BE Civil Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology, University of Technology, Sydney. National Water Commission (2009): National Performance Report 2008–2009: Urban Water Utilities, NWC, Canberra ACT. Sydney Water (2009): BASIX Water Saving Monitoring, Sydney. Sydney Water (2010): History of Water Wise Rules, www.sydneywater.com.au/Water4Life/WaterWise/ WhenWereWaterRestrictionsIntroduced.cfm, accessed on 2 October 2010. DELIVERING PUMPING SOLUTIONS Call us to discuss your applications: Melbourne 03 9793 9999 Sydney 02 9671 3666 Brisbane 07 3200 6488 Email: email@example.com Web: www.brownbros.com.au HYDROVAR, the modern variable speed pump drive is taking pumping to a new level of flexibility and efficiency.
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