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Why use a duckbill valve? May 19, 2022
Duckbill valves offer a wide range of benefits over standard valves in water and...
How can strong principal and subcontractor partnerships increase the chance of success on a microtunnelling project? May 18, 2022
Too often on construction sites – when unexpected situations occur or a differ...
Powerful pumps – the heart of hdd maxi-rig spreads May 18, 2022
It’s common to think of HDD drilling spreads in terms of rig size, but the tru...
Vermeer HDD a fab addition for irrifab May 17, 2022
Thompson’s Irrifab sensed an opportunity to expand its business when it couldn...
Does your water data flow like your H2O? May 16, 2022
From smart watches to smart phones, we’ve grown accustomed to smart devices an...
Two of South-East Queensland’s largest water treatment plants have resumed normal operations, meaning residents in Brisbane, Ipswich and Logan no longer need to reduce their water use.
New technology which addan additional layer of bushfire protection to the powerline network is being trialled across central and western Victoria.
Duckbill valves offer a wide range of benefits over standard valves in water and wastewater operations. We take a closer look at the compelling reasons to take advantage of the benefits duckbill valves provide.
Too often on construction sites it can become a case of principal contractor versus subcontractor. When this occurs, it creates an environment that is not conducive to performance.
SA Water continues to embrace change in its everyday operation and long term planning, including by fostering and developing new applications of cutting-edge technology for the benefit of its customers and the South Australian community.
May 24 - May 26
June 22 - June 23