Melbourne Water has kicked off its major infrastructure renewal program in earnest, with several key projects just started or set to begin.
In late August 2014, SA Water commenced a $1.9-million replacement of a water main on the southern side of Grenfell Street, in Adelaide’s central business district. The project involved the installation of 561 metres of new water main along Grenfell Street, between King William and Pulteney Streets. SA Water contracted South Australian company SEM Utilities to deliver the project.
The urban water industry is looking to achieve a new level in its engagement journey with customers. Yet, with many customers not necessarily wanting to engage with their water provider, the challenge is trying to determine how to create change that is valued by our customers.
Australian private water utility TRILITY is pleased to announce it has entered into a purchase agreement with Water Infrastructure Group Pty Ltd, a subsidiary of US company Pentair plc, to acquire the operating and maintenance contracts of its operations business. The agreement covers the operation and maintenance of 35 treatment plants through six major contracts spanning New Zealand, Victoria and South Australia.
The Water Services Association of Australia (WSAA) congratulates the Queensland Government on the release today of WaterQ – a 30 year strategy for the Queensland water sector.
The Australian Water Association (AWA) and Water Services Association of Australia (WSAA) applaud the work done under the National Water Initiative over the past decade.