The latest project news, developments and opinion pieces from industry experts in Australia’s water industry.
New technological capabilities are enabling SA Water to save time and money by increasing pump reliability and availability as well as pump performance and lifespan, reducing maintenance times through improved root cause analysis and repetitive preventative maintenance work orders, and optimising maintenance and capital investment.
The concrete jungles of Australia’s cities generate enormous volumes of stormwater, which has significant environmental consequences for the waterways that receive it. Stormwater harvesting can help save hundreds of millions of litres of drinking water each year, by providing an alternative water supply .
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Technology reducing costs for pump maintenance and downtime for water utilities October 26, 2021
Monitoring and maintaining the infrastructure of Australian water utilities is a...
Boost productivity with PowerFlex 6000T medium voltage drives October 26, 2021
Simple, connected, easy-to-use. Rockwell Automation and NHP bring you the PowerF...
Meeting 5-minute settlement regulatory requirements October 25, 2021
On 28 November 2017, the AEMC made a final rule to change the settlement period ...
A new billing system for Australian water utilities October 25, 2021
Aptumo, a cloud-based water customer billing solution powered by Echo Managed Se...
Charting a path for utility digital transformation October 22, 2021
The energy and utility industries are experiencing a period of unprecedented tra...
ElectraNet has installed four new synchronous condensers, to bolster South Australia’s high-voltage network and improve reliability across the system.
Toowoomba Regional Council has awarded the contract to complete the Mount Kynoch Water Treatment Plant upgrade, after an extensive tendering phase.
The Federal Government has released new national renewable gas reforms for consultation – aiming to support the roll-out of biomethane, hydrogen, and other renewable gases that could be used in Australia’s gas networks.
The Western Australian Government has launched a new hub for water research and practice as part of the Monash Sustainable Development Institute (MSDI), with local partners joining forces with the institute.
The New South Wales Government has announced a subsidy of over $240,000 covering subscription costs for councils and local water utilities to the Smart Water Advice program, which provides resources to maximise water efficiency.
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