Water > Management

Water sustainability issues in green hydrogen production

12 June, 2024 by James Currie, Black & Veatch

Alternative water sources provide a sustainable pathway for water-scarce economies, like Australia, to produce large amounts of green hydrogen.


Murwillumbah to reduce impact of stormwater flooding

11 June, 2024

Construction has begun on a $1.626 million stormwater pump station behind the levee at Murwillumbah (Brothers) Leagues Club.


Veggie and winegrowers supported in sustainable water use

07 June, 2024

WA's Cook government has doubled the size of grants for horticulture and viticulture growers who rely on the Gnangara groundwater system.


Water partnership to help meet growth in SE Qld

06 June, 2024

Unitywater has appointed infrastructure consultant AECOM as Professional Services Partner in its $1.8bn Build Better Together program.


The vital need for better groundwater research

06 June, 2024

While the Australian population is expected to grow to between 37.4 and 49.2 million by 2066, a quarter of Australia's 288 groundwater management areas are already over-allocated.


Siemens releases AI apps for water utilities

20 May, 2024

Siemens is offering apps for the water industry to enable the detection of leaks and blockages using artificial intelligence.


Concerning level of 'forever chemicals' in global source water

15 April, 2024

A UNSW-led international study has assessed the levels of per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in surface and ground water around the globe.


Sydney Water replaces actuators to ensure clean drinking water

04 March, 2024

Replacing hydraulic actuators with electric actuators from AUMA ensures drinking water is free from oil contamination.


Remote control for water and wastewater in Hawke's Bay, NZ  

04 March, 2024

Ovarro's Kingfisher CP-35 remote RTUs were chosen by Hastings District Council and Napier City Council, both located in Hawke's Bay, on New Zealand's North Island.


'Molecular trap' can remove sulfate from waterways

27 February, 2024

Scientists from The University of Queensland and Xiamen University in China have hit on a way to remove sulfate, a naturally occurring ion, from water.


Thirsty emus look to smart solar for their daily drink

23 February, 2024

A solar-powered irrigation project has been designed to help ensure the sustainability and cost-efficiency of an emu farm at Mt Gwynne that stocks up to 300 birds.


Strategic priorities for Australia's water utilities in 2024

29 January, 2024 by Peter Murphy, Head of Resources, Capability & Delivery for Atturra Advisory

Facing a rapidly growing population and long-term climate change, Australia's water utilities are bracing for increased demand from both households and businesses in the years ahead.


Hunter Water releases guidelines for green open spaces

25 October, 2023

Hunter Water has commissioned best practice guidelines to provide support for developing and maintaining green open spaces in the Lower Hunter.


Sanitising solutions for food preparation at ICC Sydney

03 October, 2023

The International Convention Centre in Sydney (ICC Sydney) is using eWater Systems' on-site generators.


eWater Systems sustainable cleaning and sanitising system

28 August, 2023

eWater Systems are designed to replace chemicals by supplying disinfectant, sanitiser and cleaner using electrolysis technology.


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