Sustainability > Water

Sydney Water releases aquatic centre guidelines

25 May, 2011

Sydney Water has released a best practices guide for aquatic centres to help them become more sustainable in their water and energy usage.

Peter Robinson joins MWH

17 May, 2011

Peter Robinson has joined MWH as Business Development & Strategy Leader for the firm’s water sector operations.

New Docklands HQ for Melbourne Water

17 May, 2011

Melbourne Water has selected one of the most sustainable and efficient buildings of its kind as its new HQ at 990 Latrobe Street, Docklands.

MWH gives dinner guests a taste of the Barossa

13 May, 2011

On Monday 9 May, global environmental engineering and consulting company MWH hosted an exclusive dinner at the Adelaide Zoo. The event, which was scheduled to coincide with the Australian Water Association’s 2011 Ozwater conference, featured a menu designed by Maggie Beer and Simon Bryant of the hit ABC television program The Cook and the Chef, with wines carefully paired and presented by Grant Burge of Grant Burge Wines.

Supplying Sydney’s water

27 April, 2011

Sustainability is ‘business as usual’ for the largest water utility in Australia, Sydney Water. The utility’s annual report defines sustainability according to seven corporate goals based on social, economic and environmental aspects and it’s now being mapped to the UN Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) reporting framework. Nefley Hetherington*, Strategic Directions Manager, Sustainability Division at Sydney Water, talks about the utility’s achievements and visions for the future.

United Utilities Australia launches new name

09 March, 2011

Water utility solutions provider United Utilities Australia Pty Ltd has unveiled its new name, Trility Pty Ltd, and new brand identity.

Water recycling education centre opens

25 February, 2011

The Keneally government’s new Water Recycling Education Centre has been officially opened by Minister for Water Phillip Costa this week in St Marys, building on the existing community education resources of Sydney Water.

Measuring forestry’s impact on water availability

18 February, 2011

CSIRO has developed new tools to help government and industry water management agencies better estimate how forest plantations affect stream flows in local catchments.

International Water Awards call for Australian entries

11 February, 2011

An opportunity for Australian water-saving projects to be recognised internationally is now available through the annual Intelligent Use of Water Awards.

Australia’s water management skills promoted in USA

19 January, 2011

Australian expertise in water conservation, management, policy and product development will be showcased as part of G’Day USA: Australia Week during a three-day water forum and national water tour of the US from 19 -31 January.

CJ to edit

07 December, 2010

Advancing the uptake of water recycling

30 November, 2010

The Acting CEO of the National Water Commission, James Cameron, today called for greater use of recycled water as part of Australia’s urban water supplies.

Water recycling project

22 November, 2010

A landmark water recycling project will make West Werribee one of the most water-conscious areas in Victoria.

Annual Report highlights water reform progress

28 October, 2010

The National Water Commission has released its 2009-10 Annual Report. Acting CEO of the National Water Commission, James Cameron said, “This report outlines the Commission’s contributions to advancing national water reform in 2009-10.”

Turning one person’s waste into another’s treasure

01 October, 2010

South East Water is putting a new twist on the well-known idiom “one person’s trash is another’s treasure” through an innovative pilot project that will help industrial Port Melbourne customers play a greater role in managing their place in the water cycle.

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