This research investigates and reviews the options available to fund, provide and operate water and wastewater infrastructure to meet growing tourism needs. This includes identification of costs associated with tourist use of infrastructure and peak capacity requirements. One of the ...
STCRC commissioned the development of a research agenda in January 2009 with the following aims: to map the process for increasing our understanding of fresh water as an input in the production of tourism outputsto illustrate the modelling required to ...
This paper looks at the heating systems typically used by small and large tourism operators, along with the various operation and maintenance actions required to improve efficiency.
Underwater cleanups are a great way to help protect the marine environment. However, there are some special considerations when cleaning up under water, especially in fragile coral reef environments.
To make this easier for reef operators, the Coral Reef Alliance ...
Easy to use best-practice environmental management guide for white water raft and kayak tour operators and tourists.
This paper looks at how a proactive Leaks Maintenance and Detection Program will usually pay for itself in reduced water production costs, additional pumping costs because of pressure drops in the pipe work, and reduced future repair costs.
Also includes case ...
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