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Sustainable House by Michael Mobbs

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Is rainwater in the city safe to drink?

Do Solar Panels last?

Can a garden cope with 1,000,000 litres of treated sewage?

In 1996 Michael Mobbs renovated his inner-city Sydney terrace making it almost entirely self-sufficient. Find out how he did it, what worked, what didn’t and what he would do differently today.

This is a brand new book – read once by me only. In as new condition.

Whether you are going to be building or renovating, wherever you live, Sustainable House is the essential guide to help you achieve an environmentally friendly home.

The book has fantastic solid advice on converting your kitchen, bathroom, water supply, energy, waste system and garden, as well as tips for working with councils, builders and engineers, and the costs and benefits associated with making your home sustainable.

First published in 1998, this long-awaited second edition covers the revolutions that have since occurred in sustainable housing, and, critically, includes the author’s assessment on technologies and materials used in his own ground-breaking Sustainable House 14 years after installation. Michael Mobbs tells you what pitfalls to look out for and how to choose the best systems, products and suppliers.

For the first time we can see what happens in a sustainable house after 14 years of use. Did the solar panels last? Is rainwater in the city safe to drink? How has the garden handled over one million litres of treated sewage?

About the Author

Michael Mobbs is a former lawyer specializing in environmental law and the founder and managing director of Michael Mobbs Sustainable Projects and Design Pty Ltd., a design and project management company for sustainable residential and commercial properties.

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Is rainwater in the city safe to drink?

Do Solar Panels last?

Can a garden cope with 1,000,000 litres of treated sewage?

In 1996 Michael Mobbs renovated his inner-city Sydney terrace making it almost entirely self-sufficient. Find out how he did it, what worked, what didn’t and what he would do differently today.

This is a brand new book – read once by me only. In as new condition.

Whether you are going to be building or renovating, wherever you live, Sustainable House is the essential guide to help you achieve an environmentally friendly home.

The book has fantastic solid advice on converting your kitchen, bathroom, water supply, energy, waste system and garden, as well as tips for working with councils, builders and engineers, and the costs and benefits associated with making your home sustainable.

First published in 1998, this long-awaited second edition covers the revolutions that have since occurred in sustainable housing, and, critically, includes the author’s assessment on technologies and materials used in his own ground-breaking Sustainable House 14 years after installation. Michael Mobbs tells you what pitfalls to look out for and how to choose the best systems, products and suppliers.

For the first time we can see what happens in a sustainable house after 14 years of use. Did the solar panels last? Is rainwater in the city safe to drink? How has the garden handled over one million litres of treated sewage?

About the Author

Michael Mobbs is a former lawyer specializing in environmental law and the founder and managing director of Michael Mobbs Sustainable Projects and Design Pty Ltd., a design and project management company for sustainable residential and commercial properties.

ONE COPY Only – great Christmas gift!

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