Sydney Water has partnered with global engineering, design and advisory companies Aurecon and Arup for planning and design services.
Despite rapid global movements towards sustainable drainage, why are many new developments still bogged down in traditional paradigms?
Researchers have developed a new, passive technique to investigate groundwater resources. The method is more sustainable and costs less than current techniques.
The federal government has responded to an independent report into the 2018–19 fish deaths in the lower Darling region, pledging over $70 million to enact the report's recommendations.
Pumps United has engineered a treatment process that is designed to remediate PFAS contamination.
Food and clothing imports are preventing many poor and marginalised communities from getting a daily clean water supply, according to a new report from WaterAid.
ABARES research reveals that water allocation prices in 2019–20 are unlikely to reach Millennium Drought peaks.
An ANU study has revealed that billions of dollars are being wasted in water recovery subsidies across the Murray–Darling Basin.
South East Water worked with Frankston City Council to deploy a series of sewer management programs designed to minimise the impact of spills on the environment.
Francois Gouws, MD of TRILITY Group, talks about the impact of energy policy uncertainty and AI technology on the Australian water industry.
Jonathan McKeown predicts trends and talks about the threats facing the Australian water industry in 2019.
Melbourne Water is launching a competition where entrants can submit ideas on how to reduce wastewater emissions and potentially share in an AU$200,000 prize pool.
SA's Goyder Institute has developed tools to help planners and policymakers assess the impact of climate change on water resource systems and guide adaption planning.
Better water efficiency could see Greater Melbourne save up to 100 billion litres of water annually by 2050, according to a report released by Kingspan Environmental.
Queenscliff Primary School, based in southern Victoria, has become the 1100th school registered for the state's Schools Water Efficiency Program (SWEP).