Chippendale house

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* collect all its drinking water from the roof * collect all its drinking water from the roof
* generate all of its electricity from the sun * generate all of its electricity from the sun
-* process all of its wastewater, including sewage, on site+* process all of its wastewater, including sewage, on site [http://www.abc.net.au/science/planet/house/sewage.htm more infomration].
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The Chippendale house is a renovation designed by Mike Mobbs, a Sydney environmental lawyer, and his lawyer wife Heather Armstrong for their inner suburban house in Sydney.

The design goals were to:

  • expand their kitchen and make a bit more living space for the two kids
  • be less of a drain on the planet's resources
  • collect all its drinking water from the roof
  • generate all of its electricity from the sun
  • process all of its wastewater, including sewage, on site more infomration.

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