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Sections of Tuggeranong Creek in Calwell have been restored, with native plants and grasses replacing concrete to help improve water quality.

Naturalisation of Tuggeranong Creek improves waterway health

Sections of Tuggeranong Creek in Calwell have been restored, with native plants and grasses replacing concrete to help improve habitat …
Water quality experts from WaterNSW will be in the Snowy region on 17-18 June to explore ways to reduce risks to local source water quality.

Source water quality experts visit Snowy region

Water quality experts from WaterNSW will be in the Snowy region from June 17 to 18, collaborating with Snowy Monaro …
The water sector is committed to ensuring the provision of safe, secure drinking water to customers and communities across Australia.

WSAA supports safe secure drinking water across Australia

The water sector is committed to providing safe and secure drinking water to customers and communities. Water utilities in Australia …
VCE Vocational Major students from St Bede’s College get a first-hand look at water main renewal works along Beach Road in Mentone, delivered by South East Water and industry partner Service Stream.

St Bede’s College explores career paths in water

VCE Vocational Major students from St Bede’s College explored career paths in the water industry by getting a first-hand look …
The Federal Government has given Hydro Tasmania the go-ahead to start upgrades to Edgar Dam, in southwest Tasmania.

Edgar Dam upgrades get the green light

The Federal Government has given Hydro Tasmania the go-ahead to start upgrades to Edgar Dam in the southwest of Tasmania.
Sustainable water management is just one facet of the challenges faced by industrial water users. What can be done to make it easier?

What’s the right process for sustainable wastewater management?

Building resilience against water scarcity, future compliance changes, and balancing energy demand for industrial manufacturers is a challenge, particularly when …
Water is a precious resource that sustains life and drives economic development and responsibility today’s water and wastewater utilities take quite seriously. One of the most daunting challenges they face is managing non-revenue water.

Top six ways digital transformation can reduce non-revenue water

Water is a precious resource that sustains life and drives economic development and responsibility today’s water and wastewater utilities take quite …
The Queensland State Government budget delivers massively for the water sector – set to bring more investment and development to regional Queensland.

Investing in regional Queensland and the water sector

The Queensland State Government budget delivers massively for the water sector – set to bring more investment and development to …
Melbourne Water has transformed a goat track into a new shared user path in Melbourne’s east. It's enhancing liveability around pipe tracks.

Goat track no more – now a magic mile in Melbourne

Melbourne Water has transformed a goat track into a new 1.5km shared user path in Melbourne’s east.
The development of the bioenergy space is part of creating a circular economy. SUEZ Australia and New Zealand is part of that transition.

Biowaste to bioenergy with a biofactory

The development of the bioenergy space as part of creating a circular economy is seeing research into turning waste into …
Traffic conditions on the Murray Valley Highway north of Nathalia have returned to normal following the completion of major drainage works.

Drainage that makes a difference on Murray Valley Highway

Traffic conditions on the Murray Valley Highway north of Nathalia have returned to normal following the completion of major drainage …

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