The circular economy refers to the transition away from the current linear model of ‘take, make and dispose’ towards one that uses resources efficiently and repurposes what was previously regarded as waste. Here, we explore the role of utilities in moving from business models that prioritise resource drain to ones that value resource gain.
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Using ACB retrofit solutions to ensure stable power supply January 19, 2022
The consequences of air circuit breaker (ACB) failure can be financially costly ...
Overhauling water supply for a climate-vulnerable community January 13, 2022
Mer Island in the Torres Strait had access to water for only 3–6 hours a day, ...
Interflow and Raedlinger Primus Line celebrate Exclusivity Agreement December 22, 2021
Pipeline infrastructure company, Interflow, announced the signing of an exclusiv...
How experts are using innovative technology to solve water loss December 22, 2021
Water experts agree that intelligent, simple, and cost-effective technical solut...
New two-year DER initiative for ACT December 20, 2021
The Federal Government is providing $2.9 million in funding for a two-year proje...
The Australian Energy Market Operator has announced a number of new changes to its executive leadership team.
Australia's best tasting tap water will be revealed at the Ixom 2021 Best Tasting Tap Water in Australia competition on Thursday 20 January.
Wagga Wagga City Council and the NSW Government are progressing pipeline plans to maintain permanent water levels in Lake Albert.
South Australia has recorded the lowest number of water main disruptions for the past four years, thanks to favorable weather conditions.
A report has recommended a ban on embedded networks in Victoria’s new residential buildings to ensure customers have fair retail protections.
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