Nitrous usage in new hospitals
I would be really keen to hear from anyone here who's had experience working in new-build hospitals recently.
Part of my work about nitrous oxide use is around manifold/pipeline wastage, and I had wondered if there is perhaps a correlation with moving to a new hospital (and therefore hopefully better piping etc!) and an otherwise unexplained reduction in nitrous oxide use?
It would involve a bit of digging around with the estates and pharmacy departments, but hopefully would be an interesting project to demonstrate that nitrous waste from the manifold end is an issue that needs addressing?
Happy to chat in more detail of course, so please do get in touch. Any other thoughts and ideas are welcome as well. Thanks!