Wastewater > Recycling

The safe use of recycled water

16 June, 2009 by David Cunliffe

Continued population growth, droughts and limited water storage capacity are placing ever increasing pressure on Australian water supplies. One of the responses to this pressure has been increased use of recycled water. However, increased use has to be balanced against protection of public health; the greatest risk is from enteric microorganisms.


Elmco Water Technologies-AJM Environmental Services effluent recycling technology

28 May, 2009

An effluent purification technology that helps municipal, commercial and industrial users to recycle sewage as service water is being introduced to Australia by Elmco Water Technologies-AJM Environmental Services (EWT-AJM).


Project receives Environment and Energy Efficiency Award

13 August, 2008

Watters Electrical received the Environment and Energy Efficiency Award for work on the 'Epsom Recycled Water' project at the Victorian 2008 National Electrical and Communications Association (NECA) Excellence Awards.


Australian technology helps make Beijing ‘greener’

12 August, 2008

Siemens membrane bioreactor (MBR) technology, designed and manufactured at its global R&D and manufacturing facility in Windsor in Sydney’s west, is helping Beijing to meet its growing water demand.


Vistech calls for more funding opportunities

03 July, 2008

Vistech, the Victoria–Israel Science and Technology R&D Fund, is providing $970,000 for three new projects and is calling for more applications.


Using sewage for green power

02 February, 2006

Green energy - power produced and harnessed during the treatment process in some sewage works in the United Kingdom - is helping to run operations within them.


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