The six-year study looked at the effects on marine invertebrate recruitment of the pumping and 'diffusing' of high-concentration salt water back into the ocean.
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.
Aquaculture operators in search of a way to automate testing for dissolved oxygen (DO), pH, nitrate and other parameters will find the modular plug-and-play T80-S80 Analyser System from Electro-Chemical Devices (ECD) simplifies operations.
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.
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.
Queenscliff Primary School, based in southern Victoria, has become the 1100th school registered for the state's Schools Water Efficiency Program (SWEP).
Gorman-Rupp's range of rotary gear pumps is suitable for handling process fluids or lubrication. Because of their modular design, the pumps can be configured to handle thin or viscous fluids, corrosive and/or abrasive fluids, and fluids with temperatures from -51 to +358°C.
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.
A five-year, $5 million partnership between RMIT University and Melbourne Water will see experts in aquatic ecology and pollution research join forces.
A key feature of the Turtle Tough GP-I Industrial pH Sensor is a compact-style, solid-state, non-porous, cross-linked polymer embedded in a HDPE support matrix. This enables the sensor to hold excess KCl, enabling saturation at all temperatures for stability and long sensor service life in applications where little or no maintenance will be performed.