Hunter Water has commissioned best practice guidelines to provide support for developing and maintaining green open spaces in the Lower Hunter.
The International Convention Centre in Sydney (ICC Sydney) is using eWater Systems' on-site generators.
eWater Systems are designed to replace chemicals by supplying disinfectant, sanitiser and cleaner using electrolysis technology.
Melbourne Water has announced an initiative to revitalise the Dandenong Creek corridor, protecting local waterways and restoring native fish habitats.
Water represents an underexplored avenue of acquiring many of the materials needed to advance clean energy that could help to decarbonise the planet.
Yarra Valley Water has a signed a partnership with Jaydo, Aqua Metro and MFJ Constructions to deliver its Pipes and Facilities Program.
Understanding the challenges in the water sectors, and identifying the ways to overcome them, means continuing to support sustainable water security for all Australians.
Tidal/Flood gates are installed in high-risk areas and designed to protect the local residents and communities from floods.
With great pressure on water supplies, there has never been a more urgent need for innovative and sustainable solutions to manage the precious resource.
Australia's aging water distribution infrastructure and growing population are placing a strain on water networks, leading to increased demands for maintenance and capacity upgrades.
Fujitsu Australia and Iota have announced a strategic agreement for ongoing product development and implementation of the Lentic IoT solution for the water utility sector.
A new Stanford study indicates that the toxicity of potable reuse waters is equal or lower than conventional drinking waters.
The recent Aquanomics report by GHD clearly underscores the urgent need to take robust action to build water resilience and mitigate the frequency and potentially catastrophic impacts of these climate events.
Endress+Hauser has released Liquid Analysis disinfection sensors and accessories for measurement in more applications.
A new report into the impact of extreme weather like storms, floods and droughts predicts the country could lose over $450 billion by 2050.