The Queensbury Wastewater Pump Station is a key pump station in the SA Water network, supporting a population of almost 50,000 in Adelaide’s north-western suburbs. The pump station was originally constructed in 1935, and collects wastewater from around 20,000 properties, before pumping to the Bolivar Wastewater Treatment Plant for treatment and discharge or re-use.

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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 through wastewater gases. The $25.8-million project will connect and install new infrastructure to create electricity from the available biogas created as a by-product of the sewage treatment process.

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 homes and businesses.

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 the banks of the Onkaparinga River for drying, removal and recycling. With expansion of housing development in the area, a commitment was made to decommission the lagoons and rehabilitate the site.

Nestled in the Brindabella Mountains, at the bottom of the Great Dividing Range, is the water supply system built to service Australia’s largest inland city, Canberra.

Leading the way in water innovation

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The Water Industry Alliance (WIA) in South Australia helps to foster the latest and most innovative initiatives and projects being led by industry in the water sector. It provides an environment for WIA members to network, collaborate, and share innovative technologies and ideas to develop world-class, leading products, services and technologies.

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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.

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