Researchers have developed a desalination technology that uses photothermal materials and solar energy to deliver clean, potable water.
Sydney Water has partnered with global engineering, design and advisory companies Aurecon and Arup for planning and design services.
Chemical analysis of the sticky threads contained in mussels is inspiring engineering innovations to address problems including oil spills and water contamination.
Sydney Water's Macarthur Water Filtration Plant in Appin, NSW, will be upgraded by the company's long-time partner, TRILITY.
The Memosens CCS51D amperometric sensor from Endress+Hauser measures free chlorine in drinking water, process water, water and wastewater treatment, cooling water and all utilities requiring clean and treated water.
Inspired by a rose, researchers at The University of Texas at Austin have developed a new device for collecting and purifying water.
Patented sonar array optical technology developed at UNSW Sydney will be tested in Sydney Water's pipe network to determine its capacity to accurately pinpoint leaks.
Curtin and Murdoch University are conducting a smart water metering trial in Fremantle to support Western Australia's plans for a new and improved water network.
The Series 629HLP DP transmitters are suitable for measuring overpressure, underpressure and differential pressure in compatible gases and liquids.
The Qalcosonic W1 water meter from AMS Water Metering has received certified approval from the National Measurement Institute (NMI).
South East Water is investigating new ways to use biosolids, the by-product of the wastewater treatment process.
Researchers have developed a new, passive technique to investigate groundwater resources. The method is more sustainable and costs less than current techniques.
Eco Detection sensing technology monitors fresh water quality, agricultural run-off and key contaminants so that informed decisions can be made to improve fresh water environments.