Hydro Innovations opens training centre

01 December, 2016 | Supplied by: Hydro Innovations

Hydro Innovations has opened a new training centre, the Hydro Innovations Pump Institute, to assist its customers in the selection, troubleshooting and maintenance of centrifugal pumps.

What's in our stormwater?

25 November, 2016 by Nicola Markus, Mind Your Way | Supplied by: CRC for Water Sensitive Cities

What's in stormwater runoff depends on where the rain falls and where it is collected — but are there discernible trends that could help standardise stormwater treatments to minimise threats to human health?

Pumps replaced on cement slurry projects

04 November, 2016 | Supplied by: Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group

Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group (WMFTG) China has secured 90 Bredel heavy-duty hose pumps for a €1.8 million series of new grouting projects performed in seas around the Chinese coastline.

17 principles to create water-wise cities

14 October, 2016

To overcome the problems that are leading to pressure on water resources in urban areas, the International Water Association has announced the Principles for Water-Wise Cities.

Sydney Water awarded for predicting pipe failures

14 October, 2016 | Supplied by: Sydney Water Corporation

Sydney Water has won the International Water Association's Project Innovation Award in Applied Research for the project 'Advanced Condition Assessment and Pipe Failure Prediction'.

Validyne DP15 low-power, variable-reluctance pressure transducer

13 October, 2016 | Supplied by: Bestech Australia Pty Ltd

Validyne introduces the DP15, a variable-reluctance pressure transducer capable of low to high pressure measurement with low power consumption.

Experts gather to solve global water challenges

10 October, 2016

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.

Mt Martha recycled water upgrade lowers emissions

10 October, 2016

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.

GF Piping Systems radar level transmitter type 2290/2291

30 September, 2016 | Supplied by: Georg Fischer Pty Ltd

GF Piping Systems offers the non-contact radar level transmitter type 2290 and guided radar level transmitter type 2291 for the chemical process and water treatment industries. The products are used in challenging tank applications where other contacting or non-contacting measuring principles face limitations.

Dwyer Series 628 pressure transmitters

30 September, 2016 | Supplied by: Dwyer Instruments (Aust) Pty Ltd

Dwyer Series 628 pressure transmitters are suitable for OEMs and provide an accuracy of 1% FS.

Water experts will soon flood to Brisbane

29 September, 2016

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.

Water treatment unit delivered to Ichthys LNG Project

21 September, 2016 | Supplied by: Veolia Australia and New Zealand

Veolia's MPPE unit will be used to treat the gas/condensate produced water stream on the Ichthys LNG Project's floating production storage and offloading facility, an initiative of INPEX.

Condition monitoring of pumps in Germany

19 September, 2016 | Supplied by: Schaeffler Australia Pty Ltd

The Perlenbach water supply association in Germany is benefiting from Schaeffler's FAG SmartQB condition monitoring, which can identify problems in advance and recommend preventive actions.

Drying Green Square to allow sustainable urban renewal

19 September, 2016 by Nick Taylor, Senior Civil Engineer – Water, WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff | Supplied by: WSP Australia Pty Limited

Located between Sydney Airport and the city, Green Square is Australia's largest urban renewal project.

Clean beaches have provided $2 billion in social value for Sydneysiders

15 September, 2016

A study that assessed both the economic and social value generated from the Sydney Water's Deep Ocean Outfalls has revealed some interesting results.

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