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Hot water use and water heating systems in remote Indigenous communities

 

Overview

This project looked at water use and the effectiveness of different types of hot water systems. The aim of the project was to improve the delivery of hot water to remote Indigenous communities.

The project looked at:

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

Contacts

Centre for Appropriate Technology (head office)
Desert Peoples Centre
Desert Knowledge Precinct
South Stuart Highway
PO Box 8044
Alice Springs NT 0871
Ph: (08) 8959 6100
Fax: (08) 8959 6111
Email: info@icat.org.au

Related publications

Bush tech brief #1: hot water (2002)

Wilson L

This fact sheet outlines the hot water use and water heating systems in remote Indigenous communities project undertaken in far north Queensland, South Australia and the Northern Territory. It highlights the importance of a good hot water supply in preventing sickness, removing germs and stopping the spread of infectious diseases.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

Lloyd B, Wilson L, Adams A (2000)

Hot water use and water heating systems in remote Indigenous communities.

Alice Springs, NT: Centre for Appropriate Technology

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Last updated: 13 September 2013
 
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