Wastewater treatment solutions developer Gradiant has announced its acquisition of Sydney-based engineering and technology company CRS Water, marking the company's expansion into Australia.
Infrastructure Australia's Priority List has brought national initiatives on water, waste and coastal inundation to the forefront.
April's WIOA Water Industry Operations Conference and Exhibition will showcase new technologies, equipment, services and ideas related to the water industry.
Australian water treatment company Evocra has developed an innovative technology that uses bubbles to remove contaminants such as microplastics from water.
The NT328G is designed to meet the current and future needs of the oil and gas, water and wastewater, energy, transportation, video and security sectors, and other bandwidth-intensive industrial applications.
The meters are designed to cost-effectively and accurately measure the flow of water, water-like or low-viscosity liquids in completely full, large-diameter pipes.
Sydney-based A Plus Plastics has acquired stormwater management company Ausdrain in a strategic move to expand its injection moulding manufacturing capacity.
The Beamex User Group (BUG) third annual meeting is set to take place on 24–25 March 2020 in Rosehill, NSW.
Veolia Water Technologies will deliver a state-of-the-art chloride removal system at one of the world's largest paper mills.
Midwest Piggery installs Gorman-Rupp T2A3-B wastewater pumps to help reduce maintenance costs associated with its pig waste recycling.
Researchers from University at Buffalo, New York, have identified two wastewater treatment techniques that are particularly effective in removing medicines from water.
Envirosuite has signed a deal with University of Queensland to incorporate the SeweX mathematical modelling technology into its environmental product suite.
It is important to understand the effect that any new equipment or processes may have on existing waste treatment infrastructure.