With a growing list of speakers, a large display of products and an early-bird discount in place until 1 April, there are plenty of reasons for irrigation professionals to register for the 2016 Irrigation Australia International Conference and Exhibition.
Combining traditional tunnelling technology with modern-day rehabilitation techniques enabled ITS Pipetech to submit and provide a solution to RMS to extend the life of an existing set of culverts that crossed the M1/Princes Highway outside The University of Wollongong.
Contaminated water sources are an escalating global problem, but researchers may have found a unique and cost-effective solution using light, soap and graphene.
The TOPAZ analyser is designed for automatic and continuous monitoring of several parameters amongst a large range of chemical compounds in all types of water. The product carries out versatile water quality monitoring using a combination of analytical methods (colorimetry, titrimetry and potentiometry or selected absorption).
The Hydrolab HL4 is a multiparameter water quality instrument from OTT Hydromet. Its ease of use and metadata are said to produce water quality data the user can trust.
Adrian Minshull from Hydroflux Group shares his thoughts on what he thinks water professionals can do to help.
The Victorian Government has acted to secure Ballarat's water supply by placing an order of 50 GL of desalinated water for delivery next summer. The order comes in the wake of a steady decline in water storages for the past two years.
Bürkert's Type 8905 Online Analysis System has been designed for the continuous monitoring of treated and untreated waters and storage of the most important measurement parameters before water enters the supply network.
The 2016 Irrigation Australia International Conference and Exhibition will take place from 24–26 May at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The Memcor CSII Ultrafiltration System allows users to design submerged membrane systems with low cost of ownership, according to the company.
A major rethink is needed by policymakers, planners and the general public if Perth is going to successfully transition to become a water-sensitive city, according to a UWA water resources expert.
Researchers have developed a filtration system that is very efficient at removing various toxic heavy metal ions and radioactive substances from water.
Capable of managing up to four separate sensors, the BB2 controller is reverse-compatible with existing Cerlic equipment and can directly replace a line-voltage unit as part of an upgrade, with no further hardware required.
Australia's innovation boom will only be limited by our imagination — a notion that is true for the water sector as much as any other part of the economy.