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.
Bestech Australia offers the high-resolution digital manometer from Keller — LEO 5 — designed for reliable peak monitoring in the water industry.
The FPI Mag is suitable for capital or maintenance projects, retrofits and sites never before metered.
The federal government has responded to an independent report into the 2018–19 fish deaths in the lower Darling region, pledging over $70 million to enact the report's recommendations.
A new procedure to optimise water consumption in the mining industry has been developed by researchers at the Helmholtz Institute Freiberg for Resource Technology in Germany.
Kempsey Shire Council updated its traditional water quality monitoring with a smarter 'plug-and-play' solution, achieving excellent accuracy results.
A multimillion-dollar deal between Mackay Regional Council and tech company Taggle Systems has transferred rights to the council's locally developed smart water application, MiWater.
Multimillion-dollar research is underway at UNSW's Water Research Centre to determine how to treat and neutralise emerging contaminants in our water supplies.