Jonathan McKeown predicts trends and talks about the threats facing the Australian water industry in 2019.
Infinite Water used its innovative HYDROXON technology to design a custom water treatment plant to remove high levels of naturally occurring arsenic and manganese.
Bundaberg Regional Council will implement NB-IoT enabled smart water meters as part of its strategy to increase water efficiency across the region.
Environmental water quality is set to improve in Australia and New Zealand, thanks to a new method to set the maximum acceptable concentration of chemicals in waterways.
The MACE FloPro stormwater monitoring solution uses a doppler ultrasonic area velocity sensor that can measure bidirectional flows in open channels, pipes and stormwater culverts without the need for civil works or weirs and flumes, etc.
The H10C Handheld Conductivity, Salinity, TDS and Temperature meter from ECD is a microprocessor-based instrument.
A new design of catch basin insert treats stormwater at the source by removing gross pollutants such as leaves and plastic, as well as smaller dissolvable pollutants.
Changing the way Melbourne charges for stormwater management could reduce stormwater runoff volumes by 59 billion litres and annual management costs by $191m by 2050.
The changes are intended to protect rivers, reduce the burden on drinking water supplies, and deal with the challenges of climate change and a future with less rainfall.