The long dry has left Melbourne’s water supplies at their lowest levels since 2011, at less than 55 per cent capacity.
Food and clothing imports are preventing many poor and marginalised communities from getting a daily clean water supply, according to a new report from WaterAid.
The QALCOSONIC F1 (IP65) ultrasonic water meter measures cold and hot water consumption in a residential, commercial or industrial setting.
Tongzhou District in Beijing is marked for intense future urban development, but water shortages as a result of declining groundwater supplies posed a problem.
An ANU study has revealed that billions of dollars are being wasted in water recovery subsidies across the Murray–Darling Basin.
ABARES research reveals that water allocation prices in 2019–20 are unlikely to reach Millennium Drought peaks.
The QALCOSONIC W1 water meter is designed to accurately measure cold and hot water consumption.
Engineers at MIT have developed a new desalination approach that can convert concentrated brine waste into a useful chemical resource.
Infinite Water has announced third-party validation and endorsement of its Hydroxon technology for the treatment of drinking water to World Health Organization (WHO) and Australian Drinking Water Guidelines (ADWG) standards.
The groundswell of interest in IoT over the past few years has brought many new opportunities for digital water metering which will continue to accelerate throughout 2019.