University of Calgary Mathison Hall - Haskayne School of Business

University of Calgary: Mathison hall - Haskayne School of Business - project information - Alberta

Cleanflo has initiated a pioneering project at the University of Calgary, focusing specifically on Mathison Hall at the Haskayne School of Business. This endeavor involves the installation of a comprehensive rainwater harvesting system. The centerpiece of this ambitious initiative is the Rainseeker Maximus system, featuring a substantial 15,000 US gallon underground fiberglass tank dedicated to rainwater storage, complemented by an advanced rainwater prefilter. Furthermore, the project integrates a Vida One Water Reuse system, meticulously engineered to pump, treat, and distribute treated rainwater throughout Mathison Hall. Equipped with cutting-edge technologies, including a self-cleaning screen filter with an automatic backwash mechanism, UV disinfection for pathogen elimination, and precise chlorine injection, this system ensures superior water quality. Real-time monitoring of chlorine levels via a chlorine analyzer guarantees optimal water quality standards.

The implementation of such a system at the University of Calgary’s Haskayne School of Business showcases a forward-thinking approach to water management and sustainability. By leveraging rainwater for various non-potable applications within Mathison Hall, the project represents a significant step towards reducing the building’s reliance on municipal water supplies. The integrated Vida One Water Reuse system’s advanced features, such as real-time chlorine monitoring and UV disinfection, exemplify the latest in water treatment technologies, ensuring that the harvested rainwater meets high safety and quality standards before its distribution and use within the facility.



The benefits of this comprehensive rainwater harvesting system for Mathison Hall at the Haskayne School of Business are multifaceted. Firstly, it significantly contributes to the university’s sustainability goals by reducing potable water consumption and decreasing the environmental footprint of campus operations. The advanced treatment processes, including real-time chlorine adjustment and UV disinfection, ensure that the water is safe for use, thereby enhancing the overall health and safety standards within the building. Moreover, the system’s efficiency and automation reduce maintenance requirements and operational costs, showcasing an innovative approach to managing water resources. This project not only underscores the University of Calgary’s commitment to environmental stewardship but also serves as a model for integrating sustainable water management practices in educational institutions.

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