A future smart cities project in Western Australia that involves academic, infrastructure and technology partners will assess how cities can use blockchain technology and data analytics to integrate distributed energy and water systems.
Sydney Water and the Sydney Cricket and Sports Ground Trust have installed 12 new permanent water stations at the SCG, enabling cricket fans to obtain free water in an effort to encourage better health and a better environment.
De Nora Water Technologies is partnering with JFE Engineering to upgrade the biggest water purification plant in the Philippines, which supplies water to approximately six million people in Metropolitan Manila.
The Hydroflux Group of water treatment companies has announced the launch of Hydroflux Epco — a brand combining wastewater innovator Hydroflux HUBER with EPCO Australia, one of Australia's longest standing water companies.
The ABB580 is an all-compatible drive for water and wastewater from ABB. Created exclusively for the water industry, the robust, compact drive can be wall mounted or cabinet built and features built-in pump application functionalities.
A consortium comprising John Holland, MPC Group and TRILITY has been awarded the contract to design, build, operate and maintain a 270 km steel water pipeline that will deliver water supply security for the people of Broken Hill.
A new report has found that soil retains water better if practices that increase levels of soil carbon are used in farming.
Sustainability Matters asked AECOM's Water Resource Practice leader, Melanie Collett, about future urban water security challenges from a local perspective.
The 2018 Irrigation Australia International Conference, to be held from 13–15 June at ICC Sydney, has opened its call for papers.
Using smart-water technologies can not only help organisations understand their customers but it can also help them create efficiencies, improve longevity of assets and predict future trends.
Scientists at OPEC Systems have developed new technology that is said to provide a breakthrough for communities experiencing PFAS groundwater contamination.
More than a third of the world's drinking water is lost before it reaches consumers. Not only does this inefficiency affect utilities by increasing operational costs and failing to provide a satisfactory customer service — but it also has a huge impact on the environment.