Scientists utilising advanced technologies will work with grazing farmers in Western Australia over the next four years to reduce nutrient loss off farms and improve water quality in local waterways and estuaries. Technologies such as near-infrared and x-ray fluorescence will be used in conjunction with traditional techniques to measure productivity and nutrient status in soils … Continue reading Scientists to work with farmers to improve regional water quality
South East Queensland’s Water Grid will be used to supplement north Brisbane’s water supply over June and July while the North Pine Water Treatment Plant goes offline for maintenance and upgrade works. The SEQ Water Grid will be used to move water from the Sunshine Coast dams and Wivenhoe Dam as an alternative supply. The … Continue reading SEQ Water Grid steps in during North Pine Water Treatment Plant maintenance
Sydney Water has announced that Roch Cheroux is to be the organisation’s new chief executive officer. Cheroux, who is currently Chief Executive of SA Water, will start with the Sydney utility on 2 September. Sydney Water chairman Bruce Morgan said that Cheroux was identified after an extensive executive search process both in Australia and overseas. … Continue reading Sydney Water names Roch Cheroux as its new CEO
Sydney Water is funding a project involving Professor Francois Ladouceur from the UNSW School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications, Thales Underwater Systems and Zedelef that will test the ability of optical sonar array technology to accurately detect leaks in Sydney’s water pipes. An estimated 10 per cent of water is lost daily from Sydney Water … Continue reading Sydney Water teams up with UNSW, Thales and Zedelef to detect water leaks
A raft of South Australian companies are taking their sustainable water cleaning technologies and selling them to the world.
Managed services, analytics and smart water network adoption all combine to accelerate growth.
A research project on radically improving sewer design and management has won the University of Queensland a prestigious international award in Portugal.
Increased investment in high-value water metering products was responsible for the unexpectedly high growth.