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1 Presentation by Matthew Greene and Angela O’Donnell October 2009 Sustainable Clubs Dispelling the Myths

2 Sustainable Clubs What is fact? What is fiction? In relation to resource use and - Equipment selection - Building design

3 Climate Change Why is it relevant to clubs? ABS Survey Environmental Issues Whether concerned about climate change? Source: ABS

4 Water Use Source: Sydney Water 2006 Best Practice Guidelines for Clubs

5 Water Costs Water Service Cost per kL Water$1.339 Wastewater$1.296 Trade Waste Process Charge $0.574 (minimum) Hot water$3.131 (energy costs) Based on Sydney Water charges To increase 25% by 2011/2012

6 Waterless Woks

7 After market heat guard

8 Waterless Woks Capital Costs (ex GST) Conventional Wok Installation - 9 woks Waterless Wok Installation - 9 woks Wok Equipment$23,635$22,800 Additional Mechanical Exhaustx$2,820 Exhaust Hoods$23,750 Gas Installation$7,200 Water Installation$2,000 Additional Capital Costs $1,985 Running Costs (ex GST) Conventional Wok Installation - 9 woks Waterless Wok Installation - 9 woks Additional Annual Water Costs$6,700x Additional Sewer Discharge Costs$5,100x Additional Annual Power Costsx$1,332 Additional Greenhouse Gas Emissionsx8.1 tonnes Additional Annual Running Costs$10,468 PAYBACK Period 2.5 months

9 Waterless Urinals Issues to consider: Corrosion of pipes Cost of consumables Benefit: Assists cultural change

10 Energy

11 Energy Use in Clubs To increase 36% by 2030 Electricity Cost $0.17 to $0.90 per day per visitor Gas Cost $0.03 to $0.07 per day per visitor

12 Energy Co-generation Combined Heat & Power

13 Energy Tri-generation

14 Energy Co-generation and tri-generation Issues to consider: Must have a use for the waste heat High capital cost Spatial needs

15 Energy Solar power Is it viable? What does it cost? Is there a future for solar power?

16 Waste

17 Waste Management Opportunities Sustainable Procurement –Reduce over ordering –Review packaging Recycling Opportunities –Paper & cardboard –Glass –Organics

18 Sustainable Building Design All hospitality venues need to be air conditioned?

19 Sustainable Building Design Smart glass technology negates the need for shading? SOUTH FACING EAST FACING

20 Sustainable Building Design We meet Section J requirements therefore we are sustainable!

21 Contact Matthew Greene Angela O’Donnell Clubs’ Sustainable Futures (02)


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