Passively Recovering Waste Heat Energy With Every Shower
Below are a range of commercial and residential project case studies where Recoup waste water heat recovery systems have been installed. Read how Recoup products have helped achieve building regulation compliance through SAP whilst improving the energy efficiency of every building they have been used in. If you would like more information on other projects we are currently involved in, or to enquire how we can assist with your project, please contact us.
The Recoup Pipe+ HE waste water heat recovery system (WWHRS) from Recoup Energy Solutions Ltd is one of the primary energy saving solutions installed within David Wilson Homes, (part of Barratt Development Plc) at Tenbury View, Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire.
Steff Wright, CEO of Gusto Homes introduces the development, “The Edge” in Lincoln. A unique site in the superb setting of a 10 acre landscaped parkland estate next to the Lincolnshire Showground. The homes being developed are built well beyond the requirements of current Building Regulations, the aim is to provide spacious, comfortable, low maintenance homes that are exceptionally economical to run.
Highgate Golf Club is the closest 18-hole golf course to central London, situated in North London, very close to Hampstead Heath & Kenwood House it is one of golf in the city’s best kept secrets. In 2015 work was undertaken with a complete refurbishment and alteration to their male locker room and club facilities.
An award-winning student apartment building “Uilenstede” in Amsterdam, owned and operated by DUWO has demonstrated huge savings in hot water cost, thanks to the installation of WWHRS.
Recoup’s award winning PIPE+ HE being installed at iconic London Hotel, designed to achieve BREEAM ‘Very Good’ status
Hip American hotelier André Balazs has chosen a council office block in King’s Cross for his next boutique hotel. The building has been designed to achieve a BREEAM status of ‘Very Good’ and will be one of the first UK hotels to install Waste Water Heat Recovery systems for Showers (WWHRS) to the majority of its’ rooms.