Sydney Water is transforming its supply chain and finalising a new delivery model for all water and wastewater infrastructure across Sydney, the Blue Mountains and Illawarra.
The SERIES IEF Insertion Electromagnetic Flow Transmitter, from Dwyer Instruments, is an adjustable insertion flowmeter featuring electromagnetic technology that measures fluid velocity in addition to providing several continuous signal outputs.
Hunting pedigree puppies are being trained to detect hidden leaks in city wastewater networks.
Sydney Water crews are taking advantage of the quiet streets, particularly in the CBD, to prioritise repair and upgrade projects.
Environmental engineers have called for more research to determine if current water treatment methods effectively kill coronaviruses, including the SARS-CoV-19 virus.
A study by the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis highlights the value and potential of technological strategies to help design targets and incentives for water scarcity mitigation measures.
The agricultural sector is a major consumer of the nation's water supplies, meaning it must work especially hard to ensure that the available supply of water is utilised effectively.
A research team from Nagoya University has developed a novel method for removing heavy metals from water.
Released on Sunday, 22 March, the UN World Water Development Report details how water resources are an essential part of a solution to climate change.