Water

Thirsty emus look to smart solar for their daily drink

23 February, 2024 | Supplied by: Water Dynamics Ltd

A solar-powered irrigation project has been designed to help ensure the sustainability and cost-efficiency of an emu farm at Mt Gwynne that stocks up to 300 birds.


Trial uses clay to combat algal growth

21 February, 2024

The WA Govt is putting clay to innovative use in a trial to improve water quality in the Peel-Harvey (Bindjareb Djilba) estuary catchment.


Oxygenation trial to restore Darling River biodiversity

14 February, 2024 | Supplied by: Linde Australia

Mass fish deaths have occurred in the Darling River due to low dissolved oxygen levels caused by weather conditions and changes in local waterways.


Fluid Components International FS10i Flow Switch/Monitor

01 February, 2024 | Supplied by: AMS Instrumentation & Calibration Pty Ltd

Designed for industrial processes, manufacturing operations, pumps, compressed air, gas compressors and HVAC systems requiring flow assurance and alarming, the compact SIL 2 compliant FS10i Flow Switch/Monitor from Fluid Components International (FCI) features good performance and operation.


Strategic priorities for Australia's water utilities in 2024

29 January, 2024 by Peter Murphy, Head of Resources, Capability & Delivery for Atturra Advisory | Supplied by: Atturra

Facing a rapidly growing population and long-term climate change, Australia's water utilities are bracing for increased demand from both households and businesses in the years ahead.


Small gold chip helps detect 'forever chemicals' in water

22 January, 2024

Concerns regarding the toxic pollution caused by PFAS or 'forever chemicals', particularly in water, have been rising in recent years.


Upgrades to century-old pump station in Newcastle

21 December, 2023

Hunter Water has completed upgrades to the Newcastle West 1 Wastewater Pump Station next to Marketown Shopping Centre car park.


Melbourne Water undergoes digital twin pilot

30 November, 2023

Melbourne Water has recently implemented digital twin pilot technology, facilitating the prediction of recycled water quality.


Three ways to harness smart water technologies for sustainability

22 November, 2023 by Remi Thelisson, Head of Digital Transformation, Asia Pacific, Veolia Water Technologies | Supplied by: Veolia Water Technologies

As we face the challenges of an increasingly water-scarce world, it is essential to embrace innovation to secure a sustainable future.


Sydney Water opens recycled water demonstration plant

21 November, 2023

Sydney Water has opened a purified recycled water demonstration plant in Western Sydney, a $26m investment in securing the future of water as dam levels drop.


AMS Trimec Multipulse Oval series PD flowmeters

01 November, 2023 | Supplied by: AMS Instrumentation & Calibration Pty Ltd

The Trimec Multipulse Oval series PD flowmeters are used for flow rate measurement in flow monitoring and control applications, and for totalising in dispensing and batching.


Hunter Water releases guidelines for green open spaces

25 October, 2023

Hunter Water has commissioned best practice guidelines to provide support for developing and maintaining green open spaces in the Lower Hunter.


Sanitising solutions for food preparation at ICC Sydney

03 October, 2023 | Supplied by: eWater Systems Pty Ltd

The International Convention Centre in Sydney (ICC Sydney) is using eWater Systems' on-site generators.


Hydro Innovations Ragazzini peristaltic pump

01 October, 2023 | Supplied by: Hydro Innovations

The Ragazzini Peristaltic Pump has been designed to optimise fluid transfer processes.


SA Water Murraylands upgrade reaches milestone

04 September, 2023

SA Water's suite of upgrades to augment water across the Murraylands has achieved a milestone, with over half of the new water main now in the ground.


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