It's fitting that the theme of this year's World Water Week (23–27 August) is Building Resilience Faster, writes Sarah Board, Manager – Water, Dams & Hydropower at SMEC.
The Australian Government is investing $108 million to improve water security and reliability across the country.
An innovative fire hydrant protection device could significantly reduce maintenance costs and extend the life of hydrants.
ABB will provide drive and motor products and services as part of Sydney Water's ProMac water and wastewater infrastructure project.
A Korean research team has developed a membrane distillation process to turn sea water into drinking water, using a stable-performance electrospun nanofibre membrane.
New, high-performance adsorptive membranes enable one-step desalination and purification of complex water sources with the added bonus of being able to target and recover potentially valuable ions, researchers report.
A joint project from the City of Sydney and Sydney Water will see the installation of an extensive recycled water network and a greater push towards circular water solutions.
The SERIES IEF Insertion Electromagnetic Flow Transmitter, from Dwyer Instruments, is an adjustable insertion flowmeter featuring electromagnetic technology that measures fluid velocity in addition to providing several continuous signal outputs.
Eductors can be a game changer when it comes to mixing liquids in suspension because they can eliminate the need for mechanical devices.
HydroChem has announced the acquisition of Cairns-based water treatment company Maxwells H2O Services, a specialist in commercial and industrial water treatment.
The DCX-22 ECO from Keller is a submersible, battery-powered, autonomous data logger designed for recording pressure and temperature over long periods of up to 10 years.
Cloud-based products have the potential to deliver significant innovations to treatment plant design packages.