Turning on a tap to get a glass of clean and safe water is something that households in the modern cities of Australia and globally have taken for granted for decades.
Dairy company Fonterra is investing in an advanced plant that is set to reduce the amount of groundwater extracted for its Darfield manufacturing site by around 70%.
Melbourne's reinvigorated train stations are receiving praise across the sustainability sector thanks to a range of initiatives saving time, money and the environment.
A wastewater treatment plant in Switzerland implemented a solution to optimise the use and consumption of FeCl3, resulting in a 17% saving on chemicals.
The Warragamba Dam Raising Concept Design will look at increasing the height of the existing dam, allowing it to be used for flood mitigation purposes.
The 2018 Irrigation Australia International Conference & Exhibition will showcase the latest solutions, technologies and knowledge to help irrigators use water sustainably and responsibly.
Australia has secured international support for the establishment of an ISO project committee on water efficiency, helping global consumers choose more water-efficient products.
The FLT93 Flow Switch from Fluid Components International (FCI) provides an early warning alert to the potential of dry running conditions, cavitation and other pump issues that can lead to emergency shutdowns, service interruptions and unplanned maintenance.
One of the Mars One astronaut candidates will be speaking at the Ozwater'18 Conference and Exhibition, which is being held at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre from 8–10 May.
Innovative online analysis systems play an important role for a German water utility committed to supplying its inhabitants with high-quality drinking water.
The inquiry will examine the role of the Commonwealth Environmental Water Holder in determining how environmental water should be used.
CSIRO scientists have created a graphene film with microscopic nanochannels that let water pass through, but stop pollutants.