A $3 million project to replace a section of the Lake Fenton Pipeline in Hobart is underway, ensuring improved...
Leading energy infrastructure utility, Jemena, and delivery partner in the electricity and gas infrastructure market, Zinfra, are both part...
SA Water has analysed the results from its sewer surveillance trial, which uses smart technology to help stop sewer...
Matt Alliston, Vice President of Specialty Polymer Coatings (SPC), and John Wilton, Managing Director of Piping Specialty Supply Services...
‘Customer centricity’ has become a strategic focus in the water sector, with key industry players adopting a collaborative approach...
Melbourne Water is planning to build a transformational new sewerage system that is set to benefit residents and businesses...
Goulburn Valley Water will soon replace Shepparton’s largest sewer main, which is currently responsible for transferring almost all of...
Seqwater has reached a crucial milestone on a project to protect an important bulk water pipeline, with over 60...
In the competitive field of reverse osmosis (RO), purity is expected and water treatment or desalination plants are required...
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Ecityjet: an emissions-free solution August 2, 2021
The eCityJet delivers the future into your hands. This fully electric technology...
Put safety first with arc fault drives August 2, 2021
Safety is our number one priority, as it is for our customers. Arc faults can ca...
Sewage treatment plant expansion for wellcamp business park and airport July 30, 2021
In 2014, True Water designed and installed the Kubota Sewage Treatment Plant (ST...
Visually identify partial discharge and high-pressure leaks easily and safely with innovative soundsighttm technology July 30, 2021
Whether you are inspecting insulators, transformers, switchgear or high voltage ...
Ceo perspective: trust and collaboration key to sustainable service delivery July 30, 2021
Peter Iancov was appointed as Zinfra’ Managing Director in April 2019, bec...
Lilyvale Substation’s $28 million transformer and primary plant replacement has begun, with works on the project to bolster power supply in Central Queensland.
Hunter Water has implemented cutting-edge satellite technology to monitor Grahamstown Dam and Chichester Dam, with the technology boasting millimetric accuracy.
The Queensland Government has kicked-off its $3 million Southern and Darling Downs Regional Water Assessment, which aims to secure local urban water supply.
The urban water industry was represented by WSAA and the Water Services Sector Group at the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security public hearing this month.
The Federal Government is committing $25.6 million to fund 20 microgrid feasibility studies, under round two of the Regional and Remote Communities Reliability Fund.
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