Design, science and sustainability have come together at a Sydney Park stormwater project, which has now won a 2016 Good Design Award.
Preventing liquid wastes polluting the surrounding area is one of the environmental concerns facing the mining industry. Now, a South Australian company has developed a device for detecting leaks in holding ponds that may help with this concern. The device could also have applications for holding ponds in the wastewater, agriculture and wine industries.
A wildeye soil moisture system, recently installed at Wembley Golf Course in the Town of Cambridge, is being used to fine-tune irrigation and demonstrate efficiency.
WaterGroup's Water Management Service is suitable for people who want to save water but don't have the time. The service comprises submetering and smart metering, water management and active follow-up on leaks and abnormal consumption.
Sydney and Melbourne have been declared the eighth and 11th most sustainable urban water cities in the world, according to the Sustainable Cities Water Index.
The AutoFilt TwistFlow Strainer ATF ensures the production of service water from a secondary sedimentation tank's runoff. The product is a self-cleaning filter apparatus for solid-liquid separation, suitable for separating suspended solids up to several grams per litre from treated wastewater.
Veolia Water Technologies has announced the appointment of Frédéric Théry as its Asia–Pacific chief executive officer. Théry took on the role in January 2016 after Veolia reorganised its operational entities according to four geographical regions, in order to facilitate greater cooperation between the company's various business units.
The V22 Dust Cannon is designed to use saline or salt water without the risk of rapid corrosion of components. This makes it suitable for the materials handling, ship loading and mining industries, where its powerful, energy-efficient turbine makes the unit good for controlling dust.
US researchers have developed a way to inform beachgoers in a timely manner as to whether or not the water is clean enough to swim in.
US researchers are encouraging wider adoption of bioreactors as a nitrate management strategy.
Analysis and evaluation of streamflow patterns over time is a vital component of the State of the Environment report by the Department of the Environment. The Bureau of Meteorology has now released a web visualisation tool that makes this task much easier.