The University of Queensland's leadership on water solutions will be heard by 3500 global delegates at the World Water Congress and Exhibition this week.
More than 5000 water experts, industry professionals and political leaders from over 100 countries will come together at the IWA (International Water Association) World Water Congress & Exhibition.
A study that assessed both the economic and social value generated from the Sydney Water's Deep Ocean Outfalls has revealed some interesting results.
Establishing corporate management practices with a focus on water stewardship is critical. Risk from having too much or too little water is now a boardroom issue.
Context is everything. It can mean the difference between a successful project and one that fails to innovate. For early adopters of water-sensitive urban design, establishing context is paramount.
Over the past five years, Waterfind has identified a shift in the way that irrigators manage their water assets through the trade of permanent and temporary water.
The Australian Water Association and Arup have launched the Australian Water Survey to investigate and compare attitudes to water use and security among water industry professionals and the Australian community.
As part of the World Water Congress & Exhibition, the IWA and the Australian Water Partnership will convene government and business leaders, NGOs, scientists and international organisations to the global Water Scarcity and Drought Summit.
Preventing liquid wastes polluting the surrounding area is one of the environmental concerns facing the mining industry. Now, a South Australian company has developed a device for detecting leaks in holding ponds that may help with this concern. The device could also have applications for holding ponds in the wastewater, agriculture and wine industries.
WaterGroup's Water Management Service is suitable for people who want to save water but don't have the time. The service comprises submetering and smart metering, water management and active follow-up on leaks and abnormal consumption.
Sydney and Melbourne have been declared the eighth and 11th most sustainable urban water cities in the world, according to the Sustainable Cities Water Index.
As part of World Water Day on 22 March, ISO called for an improvement in water quality in order to protect the 1.5 billion people employed in water-related sectors.
With a growing list of speakers, a large display of products and an early-bird discount in place until 1 April, there are plenty of reasons for irrigation professionals to register for the 2016 Irrigation Australia International Conference and Exhibition.
Adrian Minshull from Hydroflux Group shares his thoughts on what he thinks water professionals can do to help.
The 2016 Irrigation Australia International Conference and Exhibition will take place from 24–26 May at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.