A $35 million filtration upgrade is to be carried out at the Mt Crosby East Bank Water Treatment Plant in Brisbane’s west to improve its resilience to extreme weather events and to enhance water supply security for south-east Queensland. Natural Resources Minister Dr Anthony Lynham said that the Mt Crosby water treatment plants, both East … Continue reading Major Brisbane water treatment plant to receive $35 million upgrade
The federal government has announced $6.2 million in funding to Logan City Council (LCC) to develop the Loganholme Wastewater Treatment Plant Gasification Facility at Loganholme in Queensland. Once complete, the $17.28 million project will be the first time gasification has been incorporated into a wastewater treatment plant in Australia. The facility will help to reduce … Continue reading Federal government funds first wastewater plant gasification project
Researchers from the University of NSW (UNSW) that are working to develop research and commercial opportunities in the fields of robotics and environmental protection have secured two new industry partnerships during UNSW’s Torch research roadshow in China. The delegation of 13 UNSW researchers from 8 schools met with more than 200 enterprises, technology transfer platforms … Continue reading UNSW secures industry partnerships in China for robotics and water treatment research
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
The Queensland government has made a $2.49 million contribution towards a water recycling project. State local government minister Stirling Hinchliffe turned the first sod on the project in Warwick, which he said would be game-changer for water supply in the region. Hinchliffe said that the $5 million project is vital to secure the future of … Continue reading First sod turned on $5 million Warwick water recycling project
Hitachi Zosen has announced that will acquire the majority of shares in Osmoflo Holdings, an engineering company for desalination and industrial water treatment utilising membrane technology such as reverse osmosis.
An Adelaide water treatment company is expanding its zero discharge filtration systems into the municipal sector.
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