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Valvecosy™

NTEC Australia Pty Ltd
PO Box 3062
Newport, Victoria 3015
Australia

Email: info@valvecosy.com.au

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Valvecosy™ is subject to patent and registered design applications in Australia.

Australian Patent No. 2008226325

NTEC Australia Pty. Ltd, reserves the right to modify the designs and specifications and to withdraw and introduce products at any time without notice.

© 2016 NTEC Australia Pty. Ltd. All rights reserved.
® Registered trademark of NTEC Australia Pty. Ltd.
™ Trademark of NTEC Australia Pty. Ltd.

Made in Australia by NTEC Australia Pty. Ltd.
A.B.N. 39 082 723 707

Valvecosy™ and the environment

Learn how Valvecosy™ saves energy and helps the environment at the same time.


The big picture

There are approximately 8 million households with hot water services in Australia [1]. On average Australia produces ~1 kg CO2 – e.kWh. [2]. Installing Valvecosy™ saves on average around 55kg of C02 per year per household installation.

Even if only 1 million households installed a Valvecosy™, that would save 55 million kW/hrs of energy and reduce 55 million kg of CO2 being released into the atmosphere per year.

These savings will be year upon year.


The little picture

Your Valvecosy™ contains embodied energy through its manufacture. The best we can do to honour that energy is to produce a great product with a long life span and the ability to recycle it at the end of its life.

Valvecosy™ outer is manufactured from UV stabilised Polypropylene Plastic to ensure a long life in the elements. Valvecosy™ inner is manufactured from Expanded Polystrene to give it is insulation properties. The inner and outer can be separated with a minimum of fuss and they have been marked with easily identifiable recycling logos to aid recycling at the end of their life spans.

Valvecosy™ is manufactured locally in Australia in the greater Melbourne area. Our suppliers come from Collaroo, Dandenong South, Nundawading, Oakleigh South and Port Melbourne.


[Note 1: ABS section 3.10 / ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES: ENERGY USE AND CONSERVATION  4602.0.55.001]

http://www.abs.gov.au/AUSSTATS/abs@.nsf/Lookup/4602.0.55.001Main+Features1Mar%202008?OpenDocument

[Note 2: http://www.climatechange.gov.au/publications/greenhouse-acctg/national-greenhouse-factors.aspx]