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.
There will be a spotlight on sustainability and liveable cities at the Ozwater'16 international water conference and exhibition, which is being held in Melbourne from 10–12 May. Early-bird prices close 31 March.
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.
Kennards Hire Test & Measure's Hydrostatic Test Pumps enable automatic pressure testing of pipeline systems, vessels and containers. The pumps are designed for the plumbing and civil industries to pressure test water-main, pipeline and sewer force mains for possible leaks.
Rotork has introduced the IQ19 — a non-intrusive, intelligent, electric actuator with an optimised combination of valve stem diameter acceptance and torque output to facilitate the automation of valves and penstocks typically found in the water and effluent treatment industries.
The Electro-Chemical Devices HCA1 Portable Colorimetric Chlorine Test Kit is suitable for testing free and total chlorine in drinking water, wastewater, environmental waters, cooling towers and rinse waters in the food and beverage industry.
Andrew Nicol, the Managing Director of Anzdac Water Treatment, talks about how new technologies and a new attitude can result in big savings.
Researchers from Lund University in Sweden have discovered that drinking water is to a large extent purified by millions of 'good' bacteria found in water pipes and purification plants. So far, the knowledge about them has been practically non-existent, but this new research is about to change that.
While Australia is the driest populated continent on Earth, growing urban populations, economic growth and increased agricultural production are all expected to increase water usage further in the coming decades.