Stormwater management is often overlooked, but it is essential to the water and wastewater industry. Read More
Proactive steps to adapt to climate challenges have seen the product of a new podcast series touching on resilience in agriculture, thanks to Melbourne Water. Read More
In the beachside suburb of Merewether in Newcastle lies the Merewether Emergency Relief Structure (ERS). After years of environmental impact and weathering, Interflow came in to repair the pipe. Read More
One of the most innovative tools in water management and governance is going global. The open-access WaPOR system uses geospatial data to track actual crop water consumption down to the field level. Read More
‘The world is at greater flood risk than what we realized,” University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) scientist says. Read More
As Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) and Managing Directors (MDs) of enterprises in the water and wastewater industries, you know that the past year has been a challenging one. You’ve had to deal with rising costs, increasing regulations, and a growing demand for clean water. But there have been some successes. You’ve implemented new technologies to improve efficiency, worked to reduce your environmental impact, and made progress on important projects.
We’re just two weeks away from the Inside Construction Expo 2023. Have you decided which stages to head to for your professional development? Read More