The Andrews government is investing in more sustainable water sources, such as recycled water, to keep parks and sporting facilities green while saving drinking water.
Sydney Water has awarded a contract to Fulton Hogan for the first two upgrades at the Rouse Hill Water Resource Recovery Facility in Sydney's North West.
Sydney Water has awarded a major contract to upgrade the Castle Hill Water Recycling Plant in Sydney's North-West.
Recycled water is now being used to irrigate the Australian Garden and plant nursery.
Without a regular supply of recycled water from Urban Utilities, games at the Gatton Redbacks Soccer Club would have been cancelled due to drought.
A joint project from the City of Sydney and Sydney Water will see the installation of an extensive recycled water network and a greater push towards circular water solutions.
A new procedure to optimise water consumption in the mining industry has been developed by researchers at the Helmholtz Institute Freiberg for Resource Technology in Germany.
The upgrade will include the capture of biogas generated during the treatment process to power the plant's operations and implementation of the nitrite-shunt nutrient removal process.
An urban stormwater recycling scheme has been switched on in the City of Sydney's Green Square, enabling residents to save tens of thousands of litres of drinking water.
With a projected production of more than 200 million litres annually, the recycled water plant at Barangaroo was officially opened today.
The $60m upgrade to South East Water's Mt Martha Water Recycling Plant is now delivering a vital alternative source of water for local business and community organisations, while reducing the environmental impact of its water treatment processes.
An alternative approach to establish an advanced intelligent water network comprises a suite of tools deployed to maximise the overall benefit while minimising cost.
When Nick Christy first came to Brisbane from the UK in 2007, he arrived at the height of one of the worst droughts in Australian history. The crisis was so bad that Queenslanders were being asked to take four-minute showers in order to conserve water. Christy decided there had to be a better way, and started the long road to finding a more efficient shower design.
The Australian Water Recycling Centre of Excellence is calling for proposals from interested water professionals to undertake an exchange project on recycled water as part of its Industry and Academic Exchange Program.
The Australian Water Recycling Centre of Excellence (AWRCE) has produced a comprehensive framework to assess the economic viability of recycled water schemes.