Avac’s vacuum plumbing systems offer substantial benefits to Hospitality projects via flexibility in installation; the ability to customise the layout of fixtures; water and cost savings; and a cleaner and more sanitary environment.

We aim to maintain high guest retention rates during a short and less invasive construction and refurbishment programme.


Stay within the Tenancy

Construction and refurbishment remain within the tenancy which eliminates the reliance on gaining access to the floor below.  This means Hotel, Restaurant and Entertainment projects which may previously have been considered as untenable can become viable

Saves Water and $$

Avac vacuum toilets are some of Australia’s most efficient and use from as little as 0.7 litres of water per flush, providing a significant reduction in annual water and sewage costs when compared to conventional toilets. Calculating the savings compared to conventional toilets is as much as 3.2 litres per flush multiplied by the number of patrons who stay in the hotel or visit the venue annually, i.e. more than half of all toilet flushing water will be saved.

This translates to further savings via the down-sizing of wastewater treatment plant.

Flexibility of Design & Use

Avac’s vacuum drainage solutions allow the relocation of existing plumbing fixtures to adapt to new occupant or design needs.  In addition, greater flexibility for refurbishment means Hotel, Restaurant and Entertainment precinct upgrades can be programmed more frequently to enhance the guest’s experience.

Our ability to re-route piping and move multiple waste streams [e.g. greywater, sewerage and trade waste] provides Hospitality projects with greater options to meet guests’ needs. For example, a Theatre can now add a coffee bar to its foyer or alternatively, a juice bar could be added to the pool area of a resort.

Improved Construction Schedules

Because trenching is eliminated, Hotel and Restaurant remodel activities are less expensive, safer, more sanitary, and take less time which minimises guest attrition rates