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NSW Water Award winners announced

01 June, 2009

A stormwater harvesting scheme took out one of the top honours at the AWA-hosted NSW Water Awards. It was awarded the NSW Water Environment Merit Award (WEMA).

RAAF defends the environment at Amberley base

28 May, 2009

The Department of Defence is showing the way in environmental sustainability in South-East Queensland with a large-scale rainwater harvesting program at its rapidly expanding RAAF Base Amberley.

Pipe system

25 May, 2009

StormPRO pipes are twin-wall, corrugated polypropylene pipes suitable for stormwater, drainage and farm culvert applications, manufactured in accordance with AS/NZS 5065.

‘us’ to maintain services for NZ’s largest water retailer

03 July, 2007

From the 1 July 2007, Utility Services, ‘us’, is to be the provider of water, sewer and stormwater network maintenance services for Metrowater, New Zealand’s largest water retailer.

Stormwater bacteria control

24 May, 2007

Nanotechnology and textile technology merge for stagnant stormwater bacterial control.

Urban stormwater management manual

20 December, 2006

The manual titled Australian Runoff Quality: A Guide to Water Sensitive Urban Design was prepared by Engineers Australia's National Committee for Water Engineering and published in March this year by Engineers Media.

Beachfront stormwater solution

20 October, 2006

Five years after its installation, an innovative stormwater treatment and reuse project at Manly Beach continues to save council over $28,000 per year

RainVault rainwater reuse system

21 August, 2006

The RainVault rainwater reuse system is an underground system that incorporates modular horizontal cylindrical concrete storage components together with specialised pre-treatment filters, calmed inlet, siphoned overflow outlet and floating intake.

Rainwater reuse system

18 April, 2006

The Kelair-RRS range features a robust industrial-rated solution to rainwater reuse. The system includes automatic towns' main backup in the event of power failure or insufficient rain/stormwater supply. Due to the flow and pressure ratings of the system, any pump or pump system can be connected.

Gross pollutant trap

22 February, 2006

A joint venture between Copa Water and Everhard Industries has seen the development of a small-sized CDS unit. The PL0506 CDS Gross Pollutant Trap, or as it has been nicknamed, 'The Nipper', is made from pre-moulded polymer. Apart from treating stormwater the design has already been proposed for a further application in the pre-treatment of grey-water for a large scale water reuse project in Melbourne.

Maintenance and service initiative for gross pollutant traps

03 May, 2005

Throughout Australia, gross pollutant traps are being installed into the stormwater collection system to avoid pollutants reaching the waterways. Although it is mandatory to put GPTs in place, there is no system to assure they function correctly

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