Water > Management

Seeking ideas on reducing emissions from WWTPs

15 October, 2018

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.

Improving water security in the face of climate change

24 August, 2018

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.

Govt action could see Melbourne save 100bn litres annually

14 August, 2018

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.

Victorian schools lead the way in water savings

10 August, 2018

Queenscliff Primary School, based in southern Victoria, has become the 1100th school registered for the state's Schools Water Efficiency Program (SWEP).

Environmental protection takes to the road and sea

27 July, 2018

A highly efficient low-maintenance liquid-to-solid waste separator has extended its versatility by being offered in skid-mounted format that can be carried by truck or trailer to remote and environmentally sensitive applications.

Improving wastewater treatment performance to create new business opportunities

21 May, 2018 by Michael Romer, Business Development Manager, Calix

Alternative wastewater treatment options can reduce maintenance costs and improve in odour.

Smart watering reduces heat at Adelaide Airport

15 May, 2018

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.

TRILITY Group acquired by Beijing Enterprises Water Group

24 April, 2018

Beijing Enterprises Water Group Limited (BEWG) has announced it now has 100% ownership of the TRILITY Group.

'Nature-based solutions' key to water management: UN report

21 March, 2018

The report argues that reservoirs, irrigation canals and water treatment plants are not the only water management instruments at our disposal.

Coping with drought and water restrictions

20 March, 2018 by Andre Boerema, Manager Residential Product & Services Delivery, Sydney Water

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.

Stations with stars

19 March, 2018

Melbourne's reinvigorated train stations are receiving praise across the sustainability sector thanks to a range of initiatives saving time, money and the environment.

GHD and Stantec partner to raise Sydney's Warragamba Dam

16 March, 2018

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.

Sustainability a key topic at 2018 Irrigation Australia Conference & Exhibition

16 March, 2018

The 2018 Irrigation Australia International Conference & Exhibition will showcase the latest solutions, technologies and knowledge to help irrigators use water sustainably and responsibly.

Australia to establish ISO committee on water efficiency

14 March, 2018

Australia has secured international support for the establishment of an ISO project committee on water efficiency, helping global consumers choose more water-efficient products.

Join the Evolution Revolution at Ozwater'18 in Brisbane

05 March, 2018

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.

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