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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Darryl Reichelt’s leadership mantra: guide, mentor and grow November 29, 2021
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Interflow appoints new Managing Director November 29, 2021
Pipeline infrastructure company, Interflow, has announced the appointment of the...
How BIM can impact infrastructure projects November 24, 2021
Building information modeling (BIM) allows construction companies to create 3D m...
The worldwide implications of water loss November 22, 2021
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Interflow’s 85th birthday November 17, 2021
Leading pipeline infrastructure company, Interflow, is celebrating its 85th year...
Huon Valley’s Rocky Creek has won the award for best tasting drinking water in the state, following in the footsteps of 2020 winner Rossarden.
Central Highlands Water has completed Stage 1 of the $25 million Ballarat Sewer Build, which began in April 2021 and has since unearthed various historical artefacts.
The Federal Government has announced five new areas in Australia’s waters will be made available for exploring offshore greenhouse gas storage opportunities.
The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) has forecast the country’s energy supply throughout summer to be sufficient and meet reliability measures across the National Electricity Market (NEM), revealed in its new Summer 2021-22 Readiness Plan.
Melbourne’s Water Outlook 2022, a collaborative report between Melbourne Water, Greater Western Water, South East Water and Yarra Valley Water, has been released; predicting that the state’s water levels will remain stable.
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