Alternative wastewater treatment options can reduce maintenance costs and improve in odour.
In a trial conducted by SA Water and Adelaide Airport, average ambient temperature was reduced by 3°C on warm days by the smart use of water on green space.
Beijing Enterprises Water Group Limited (BEWG) has announced it now has 100% ownership of the TRILITY Group.
The report argues that reservoirs, irrigation canals and water treatment plants are not the only water management instruments at our disposal.
Turning on a tap to get a glass of clean and safe water is something that households in the modern cities of Australia and globally have taken for granted for decades.
Melbourne's reinvigorated train stations are receiving praise across the sustainability sector thanks to a range of initiatives saving time, money and the environment.
The Warragamba Dam Raising Concept Design will look at increasing the height of the existing dam, allowing it to be used for flood mitigation purposes.
The 2018 Irrigation Australia International Conference & Exhibition will showcase the latest solutions, technologies and knowledge to help irrigators use water sustainably and responsibly.
Australia has secured international support for the establishment of an ISO project committee on water efficiency, helping global consumers choose more water-efficient products.
One of the Mars One astronaut candidates will be speaking at the Ozwater'18 Conference and Exhibition, which is being held at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre from 8–10 May.
The inquiry will examine the role of the Commonwealth Environmental Water Holder in determining how environmental water should be used.
The latest developments in the field of drinking water preparation and distribution will be on show at the upcoming trade fair IFAT in Munich.
SA Water plans to reduce its demand on the grid and increase its renewable energy generation and storage capacity, in an ambitious plan to achieve zero net electricity costs within the next three years.
A future smart cities project in Western Australia that involves academic, infrastructure and technology partners will assess how cities can use blockchain technology and data analytics to integrate distributed energy and water systems.
Sydney Water and the Sydney Cricket and Sports Ground Trust have installed 12 new permanent water stations at the SCG, enabling cricket fans to obtain free water in an effort to encourage better health and a better environment.