In a landmark partnership Sydney Water is joining forces with Veolia to explore innovation opportunities aimed at developing a robust circular economy.
Deterministic and AI learning approaches should be used together as the industry continues along its journey of digitalisation.
The partnership will see new and old technologies leveraged to help push the city towards a circular economy.
When one of the largest chicken processors in Australia wanted to install a set-and-forget system, they approached Hydro Innovations for a solution.
Flinders University researchers have produced a sustainable way to remove mercury from water using a smart polymer coating for PVC pipes.
Recycled water is now being used to irrigate the Australian Garden and plant nursery.
A passive solar evaporation system could be used to clean wastewater, provide potable water and even sterilise medical tools in off-grid areas.
Ipek Kurtböke, an environmental microbiologist from the University of the Sunshine Coast, believes so.
WaterStart and the Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA) have partnered with Xylem to test its smart water solution.
A study has found that manufacturing facilities that use water processes may actually become efficient and more eco-friendly during times of water scarcity.
This WIOA water industry event is being held from 22–23 June at the Bendigo Exhibition Centre.