Approximately 70 per cent of the population of Pacific Island countries lack access to basic sanitation. Sanitation access in Pacific Island schools and healthcare facilities is among the lowest in the world. This has been revealed in the new WaterAid Australia
report, “Healthy Environments, Resilient Communities: The vital role of sanitation for improving climate resilience in the Pacific.”
Barwon Water has started constructing a new high-quality water treatment plant to service the town of Gellibrand.
Stormwater management is often overlooked, but it is essential to the water and wastewater industry.
Seals are vital for the proper upkeep of equipment. Proper systems monitoring is essential for preventing equipment failure, so keeping on top of things is vital.
New pumps are expensive, so engineers will appreciate how the FLT93 Series Flow Switch
provides a reliable early warning alert to dry running conditions, cavitation, and other issues that can lead to emergency shutdowns, service interruptions and unplanned costly maintenance.
The Australian Stockholm Junior Water Prize
winner for 2023 is a Year 10 student from Meriden School
in New South Wales. Mikayla Rodger talked about her inspiration to tackle the problem of cyanobacteria and her future.
Are you looking for the opportunity to promote your filters and screens to a captive audience from the water and wastewater industry? Here’s the chance!
When it comes to a leader in risk management and assessment, more water utilities are turning to Annette Davison
. As founder and co-owner of The Risk Edge Group
, she understands the challenges faced.
Collingwood’s heart-stopping four-point triumph over Brisbane in the 2023 AFL
Grand Final on Saturday captivated fans nationwide. While all eyes were fixed on the thrilling clash between the two top teams, Melbourne Water
monitored water usage patterns throughout the sporting event.
A new chapter of water security for 200,000 customers in southern Tasmania has been written. TasWater
has officially opened its upgraded Bryn Estyn water treatment plant.Read More
The NSW Government
is committed to boosting water security and quality across the State. It is scrapping wasteful projects and investing in crucial infrastructure and water management initiatives. The 2023-24 NSW Budget
features a raft of investments into the water sector.