Sydney Water crews are taking advantage of the quiet streets, particularly in the CBD, to prioritise repair and upgrade projects.
Environmental engineers have called for more research to determine if current water treatment methods effectively kill coronaviruses, including the SARS-CoV-19 virus.
A study by the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis highlights the value and potential of technological strategies to help design targets and incentives for water scarcity mitigation measures.
The agricultural sector is a major consumer of the nation's water supplies, meaning it must work especially hard to ensure that the available supply of water is utilised effectively.
A research team from Nagoya University has developed a novel method for removing heavy metals from water.
Released on Sunday, 22 March, the UN World Water Development Report details how water resources are an essential part of a solution to climate change.
A three-year ARC Linkage project will look to conserve the delicate balance of water flow through the Doongmabulla Springs Complex in the Carmichael Basin in Queensland.
Tony Wong has stepped down as CEO of the CRC for Water Sensitive Cities, taking on new roles within the CRCWSC and the Water Sensitive Cities Institute.
Axioma's Qalcosonic W1 water meter from AMS Water Metering is now LoRaWAN Certified, confirming that the device fully conforms to the LoRaWAN specification.
Bridge Hub is about to launch its 2020 Water Challenge, with the goal of finding practical solutions to water issues around Australia and the world.
A new study has suggested that seasonally pumped hydropower storage (SPHS) could be the answer for storing renewable energy over the long term.
An interesting Q&A with Adrian about industrial water and wastewater technology in relation to the continuing drought, climate change, renewables and rising energy costs.