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Gorman-Rupp EchoStorm static venturi aeration devices

01 April, 2024

The EchoStorm, by Gorman-Rupp, is a range of static venturi aeration devices installed inline on the discharge side of self-priming pumps.

Evolution of SEW-EURODRIVE decentralised drive technology

01 February, 2024

By integrating a decentralised inverter with a tried and tested motor, SEW-EURODRIVE has taken the next step in the evolution of decentralised drive technology.

Seafood industry to benefit from CSIRO innovation

18 December, 2023

A new monitoring system for water quality combines data from water sensors and satellites to provide near-real-time reports and forecasts — much like a weather service.

De-risking energy projects by integrating water from the start

01 October, 2023 by Matthew Brannock, Water for Future Fuels Lead, GHD and Rod Naylor, Global Water Leader, GHD

In a research report conducted by GHD, 94% of energy leaders globally believe the current energy crisis is the most severe their market has ever experienced.

Reseller agreement brings AI leak-locating software to Australia

08 February, 2022

Water savings company WaterGroup has become the official Australian reseller for the BuntBrain software platform, including AI-based leak-locating software.

Solar evaporator solution for fresh drinking water

16 April, 2021

Researchers at UniSA have developed a solar evaporator that uses a heatsink technique to create low-cost drinking water.

Irrigation study reveals best strategy for SA tomato production

02 November, 2020

UniSA researchers tested different water sources on greenhouse-grown tomatoes, finding that recycled wastewater outperformed other contenders.

Applying the circular economy to water

28 October, 2020 by Kirsty Bauer*, Environmental Scientist at SMEC

The water industry is increasingly adopting an integrated approach that aims to optimise assets, improve catchment health and deliver better value for customers, but what is next?

AWRE 2020 reimagined online event

24 September, 2020

This year's Australasian Waste and Recycling Expo has been reimagined into a two-day interactive online event, set to run from 25–26 November.

Jellyfish and chips: sustainability on the takeaway menu

22 September, 2020

Research examining seafood sustainability suggests that jellyfish could become the fish to your chips on a new sustainable takeaway menu to help keep threatened species off the plate.

Rugged tech helps track source of marine litter

02 June, 2020

To efficiently collect and process data on the source of marine debris and litter, the Australian Marine Debris Initiative turned to Getac.

Addressing water scarcity: reduce, reuse, recycle

01 June, 2020 by Jason Lagowski*

To build resilience there needs to be transformative approach to the way we store, manage, reduce, reuse and recycle this precious commodity.

Automated system controls dust

13 May, 2020

An Italian excavation and recycling company got its dust problem under control using water cannons and a fully automated, site-wide management system.

Finding the right solution for PFAS remediation

13 January, 2020 by Jason Lagowski, Director – Remediation Technologies, Arcadis Australia Pacific

What to consider when face to face with a PFAS problem

E+H employees run for water access

24 October, 2019

Endress+Hauser employees have run and walked more than 2300 km to fund a water aid project in the Vietnamese province of Kon Tum.

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