Concrete is the most commonly used material in sewers which can be attributed to its strength, durability and relatively low maintenance costs. However, due to the nature of concrete and the unique sewer atmosphere, corrosion of concrete pipes and associated infrastructure has been widely recognised as a significant challenge for the utility industry.
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Interflow appoints new Managing Director November 29, 2021
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How BIM can impact infrastructure projects November 24, 2021
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The worldwide implications of water loss November 22, 2021
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Interflow’s 85th birthday November 17, 2021
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New South Wales regions are set to share $40 million in funding for new water infrastructure projects, aiming to increase water storage and combat climate change.
The Marinus Link is progressing through its design and approvals phase, with the $5.5 million tender awarded for underwater geotechnical surveys.
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency has announced $8.6 million in funding to Western Power, to develop a pilot project in Perth focused on developing and operating Distributed Energy Resources within the South West Interconnected System.
The Energy Networks Australia (ENA) Board has appointed a new chair, deputy chair and three new directors.
The Queensland Government has announced the opening of a competitive tender for 110,000ML of unallocated water from the Flinders River general reserve, aiming to support agricultural development in the Flinders catchment.
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