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Speed and cost efficiency for the Qatar Double Tree Hilton

Wednesday, 29 April 2015

The new fleet of Hilton Double Tree hotels use new strategic building and refurbishment models. While fiercely maintaining the brand reputation for luxury and excellence, the Doubletree hotels are designed for rapid and cost-effective build – with sustainability a core value.
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Trenchless Middle East

Friday, 20 February 2015 - Tuesday, 10 March 2015

TRENCHLESS MIDDLE EAST 2015 returns to the prestigious Jumeirah Beach Conference and Exhibition Centre in Dubai for its ninth event. Come to this No-Dig Technology event on 9-10 March 2015.
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Major sewer improvements for Kampala, Uganda

Friday, 20 February 2015

In Kampala City, a major improvement program for its urban sewer network was undertaken, with aid of the German government. The project spanned rehabilitation, modification and extension of the existing sewer network together with the construction of a new combined sludge and wastewater treatment plant at Lubigi.
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Upgrading sewerage discharge in Zanzibar

Friday, 20 February 2015

Pemba Island, part of the Zanzibar Islands, is a remarkable place. The traditional economy of rich fishing grounds and growing cloves has recently been boosted through the rapid rise of tourism. All these activities depend on the island’s value as an environment of exceptional beauty and purity – but more visitors mean more sewage and a corresponding growth in environmental risk.
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Surface heating and cooling for London 2012

Friday, 20 February 2015

The Athletes' Village in Stratford, East London, formed a pivotal part of the regeneration programme designed into the 2012 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games. With the eyes of the world watching, the buildings had to reflect the best of British sustainable design in action and deliver real carbon savings to ensure a lasting legacy for generations to come.
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Wroclaw Football Stadium – the city landmark

Friday, 20 February 2015

The new Wroclaw Football Stadium opened in September 2011, ready for its key role as one of four Polish match venues for the Euro 2012 football championships. This architecturally stunning and environmentally innovative stadium is a showcase for Wroclaw, and the city’s most significant civic construction for over sixty years.
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United Nations on the Copenhagen waterfront

Friday, 20 February 2015

The United Nations is bringing six separate agencies together in a stunning new waterfront site in Copenhagen. This new Danish UN City opened in 2013. It provides over 28.000m2 of offices for 1,200 UN staff members and a fully automated 40,000m3 high-bay warehouse to store goods for development and emergency projects around the world.
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Managing rainwater for the Tuscan hospital group

Friday, 20 February 2015

A major hospital building programme in Italy will provide over 1,700 beds in the Tuscan cities of Lucca, Massa, Pistoia and Prato. Environmental awareness, patient comfort and building efficiency are recurrent characteristics of every design, and Wavin is contributing directly to achieving these goals in all four locations.
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Rainwater management for Bogota El Dorado airport

Friday, 20 February 2015

El Dorado airport in Bogotá, Colombia is the third busiest in Latin America and the region’s number one for cargo. The airport’s new international terminal presented numerous design challenges with regard to rainwater management. The airport also wanted to achieve the highest standards for sustainability, capturing and reusing rainwater across the site.
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Meadway Special Educational Needs School

Friday, 20 February 2015

The project developers wanted the Meadway SEN School to be a showcase for the UK Government vision for sustainable construction. The low temperatures needed by underfloor systems result in real efficiency, reducing energy consumption by at least 30%. This sustainable solution was also crucial in helping the building achieve a BREEAM excellent rating.
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Refurbishing water mains in downtown Hong Kong

Friday, 20 February 2015

Hong Kong is one of the world’s busiest cities. With the existing water mains suffering from encrustation and aging, refurbishment had to be achieved with minimum disruption to the city’s bustling streets and demanding consumers.
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New heights of quality living in Accra, Ghana

Friday, 20 February 2015

The new Villaggio Vista apartment complex in Accra, Ghana has been conceived and designed to make an exceptional impression. Not only is it this 28 storey development one of the tallest buildings in West Africa. It is also built to the very highest quality standards in terms of both design and materials.
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19-kilometre-long Wavin PVC-O pipeline

Friday, 20 February 2015

The drinking water in Beilen in the province of Drenthe, the Netherlands, is not as soft as you would want. However the drinking water in Assen, slightly to the north, is wonderfully soft thanks to the water softening plant. To enable Beilen to benefit from the plant too, the water distribution company Waterleidingmaatschappij Drenthe (WMD) has invested in a new, 19-kilometre-long Wavin Apollo PVC-O potable water pipeline.
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Five star luxury for the Ankara JW Hotel Marriott

Sunday, 8 March 2015

The JW Marriott Hotel in the Turkish capital Ankara promises five star luxury over 23 floors. It attracts guests who expect the very highest standards, and regularly welcomes politicians, royalty and their respective entourages. Although the nearby Roman baths were the height of engineering sophistication two thousand years ago, the Marriott’s guests demand altogether more modern sanitation.
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CSR Report 2013 published

Monday, 16 February 2015

Wavin has published its CSR report for the year 2013. In it you will read about the achievements on our CSR targets.
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Wavin systems arrive in Bhutan

Friday, 20 February 2015

The first shipments of Wavin-donated materials have arrived at the UNICEF storage facility in Bhutan. As reported in May, Wavin has shipped 8 containers of products, including Wavin AquaCell units to build specially designed rainwater buffers and Wavin Kanion roofgutters which will be installed to catch the rainwater and transport it to the buffers. UNICEF and Ministry of Health representatives were present to receive the goods and to make sure they are stored properly until they are ready for transportation to the schools where they will be installed. Installation will commence when all materials have arrived and installers have been contracted.
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Wavin: Connect to Better solutions whatever your need

Tuesday, 10 March 2015

Wavin, the leading provider of plastic pipe systems and solutions launches new branding concept: Connect to Better.
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Successful Trenchless Middle East exhibition

Monday, 23 March 2015

In March, the Trenchless Middle East exhibition was held in Dubai. Wavin Middle East was there with a booth to display some of its products and to give a presentation.
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Booth at JIMEX international exhibition well visited

Monday, 1 June 2015

Albosta, our Distributor in Jordan, attended the JIMEX international Exhibition in Amman (Jordan) with a booth. The exhibition was held from the 18th to 21st of May.
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CSR Report 2014

Monday, 29 June 2015

Wavin has published its CSR report for the year 2014. In it you will read about the achievements on our CSR targets.
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