Engineers at MIT have developed a new desalination approach that can convert concentrated brine waste into a useful chemical resource.
Infinite Water has announced third-party validation and endorsement of its Hydroxon technology for the treatment of drinking water to World Health Organization (WHO) and Australian Drinking Water Guidelines (ADWG) standards.
The groundswell of interest in IoT over the past few years has brought many new opportunities for digital water metering which will continue to accelerate throughout 2019.
SA Water has incorporated WaterGroup's Trunk Main Monitoring (TMM) System into the mix of technology used in the expansion of its smart network initiative.
Caroma has announced the launch of Smart Command, an intelligent bathroom management system that harnesses the IoT to enable real-time remote monitoring, management and control of water use in commercial bathrooms.
Jonathan McKeown predicts trends and talks about the threats facing the Australian water industry in 2019.
Infinite Water used its innovative HYDROXON technology to design a custom water treatment plant to remove high levels of naturally occurring arsenic and manganese.
Bundaberg Regional Council will implement NB-IoT enabled smart water meters as part of its strategy to increase water efficiency across the region.
Environmental water quality is set to improve in Australia and New Zealand, thanks to a new method to set the maximum acceptable concentration of chemicals in waterways.