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Known colloquially as ‘keyhole surgery for the environment’, trenchless technology is a non-invasive construction technique used in a variety of government-funded infrastructure projects. Its uses range from the construction of tunnels and the installation of…
An innovative upgrade to the energy plant at the Bolivar Wastewater Treatment Plant, which commenced in August 2012, will see up to 85 per cent of the power used at the plant generated on site…
In September 2014, SA Water’s $5.75-million reverse osmosis desalination plant at Hawker, in the Flinders Ranges, began operating with the capability of supplying up to 440 kilolitres of treated drinking water per day to local…
Since 1971, wastewater from the southern area of Adelaide has been treated at the Christies Beach Wastewater Treatment Plant at O’Sullivan Beach. As part of the treatment process, sludge was pumped to lagoons located on…
What is innovation? At its simplest, it means implementing a change that adds value, and value is something that all customers want.
Encouraging innovation in sustainable urban water management with the goal of protecting scarce resources is increasingly seen as making wise economic and environmental sense, rather than as being the lofty dream of past decades.
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