Energy-saving, future-driven solutions to be showcasedat 2018 Irrigation Australia expo

13–15 June, International Convention Centre, Sydney Leading-edge technology “from outer space” that optimises irrigation will be among hundreds of products and solutions showcased at next month’s Irrigation Australia International Conference and Exhibition. Registrations are now open for both the conference and free exhibition— the southern hemisphere’s largest and highest-profile irrigation event, featuring more than 80 … Continued

Managing turbidity to prevent infection

  It is universally accepted that turbidity is a good indicator of overall water treatment plant performance. This is further evident in the Australian Drinking Water Guidelines: Draft Framework on Microbial Health Based Targets (HBT), where default recommended LRVs (Log Reduction Values) for Bacteria, Virus and Cryptosporidium are attributed to water treatment processes based on … Continued

Hach® RTC Real Time Control Solution

The Hach’s RTC (Real Time Control) solutions are complete off-the-shelf systems that adjust treatment processes in real time, keeping your facility compliant while reducing treatment costs. Standardised RTC modules can be combined and configured to deliver a holistic water treatment optimisation solution tailored to plant specific requirements that will improve compliance and reduce operating expenses. … Continued

Tackling water quality challenges from source to tap

Servelec Technologies – a leading provider of end-to-end data collection, control and optimisation solutions for the water industry – is continuing to help authorities tackle significant monitoring and control challenges. Faced with a drying climate and increasing demands, suppliers have a continued responsibility to provide sufficient sustainable and safe drinking water to Australia’s increasing population. Servelec Technologies is assisting by … Continued

Looking for urban water research?

Need it quickly and want it to be relevant? In Australia, substantial investment has been made in urban water research; however, as many in the industry know, accessing this growing bank of information and knowledge remains a challenge, as it is spread across many websites, organisations and libraries. Knowing what research is out there is only half the battle – … Continued

Yarra Valley Water’s $20 million investment in Melbourne’s north

Yarra Valley Water is investing $20 million to replace the Wallan Sewage Treatment Plant, which provides source water for the Wallan Recycled Water Treatment Plant.  This recycled water will be supplied to new residential developments in and around Wallan. The Wallan Sewage Treatment Plant is located in Melbourne’s northern growth corridor, and collects sewage from the townships of Wallan, Wallan East, Beveridge, Wandong and Heathcote Junction. Pat McCafferty, … Continued

Technology key to developing water sensitive cities

In a century filled with warnings about the impacts of climate change, water is one resource that is bringing together the brightest minds from across Australia. As Australia’s population continues to increase, so too does the growth of urban centres and inner-city dwellings, placing ever-larger demands upon the existing water supply, wastewater and drainage systems, and the associated high-value … Continued

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