SA Water's suite of upgrades to augment water across the Murraylands has achieved a milestone, with over half of the new water main now in the ground.
Flinders University has started a new initiative focused on improving both mine site closures and mining's impact on the landscape.
Sydney Water has commenced work on a major $80 million upgrade to its Nepean Water Filtration Plant south of Sydney.
Sydney Water has announced that its $4.3 million Leura Water Pumping Station (WPS) servicing the Blue Mountains is weeks away from completion.
The technique is faster, cheaper and cleaner than existing methods, as it does not require electricity and can be reused up to 10 times.
Researchers from ACS Central Science report that AI could speed up the development of materials that can be used to improve water filter systems.
The WSAA has released its full report titled 'Closing the Water for People and Communities Gap: Improving water services to First Nations remote communities'.
The water remediation system is able to remove long- and most short-chain PFAS molecules using a stream of rising air bubbles.
Logan Water's Round Mountain Reservoir in New Beith in Queensland is the site of a project with a state-of-the-art philosophy towards powering water treatment plants.
Envirosuite has entered into an agreement with GHD, which will support the scaled implementation of EVS Water for major water treatment facilities.
The sustainable, standalone water treatment system removes persistent organic pollutants from industrial wastewater.
New, high-performance adsorptive membranes enable one-step desalination and purification of complex water sources with the added bonus of being able to target and recover potentially valuable ions, researchers report.
HydroChem has announced the acquisition of Cairns-based water treatment company Maxwells H2O Services, a specialist in commercial and industrial water treatment.
Cloud-based products have the potential to deliver significant innovations to treatment plant design packages.
A silent experiment is underway in Melbourne to create healthier, cleaner waterways using 'mushi' organic floating wetlands as an alternative to plastic ones.