Western Australia Water Minister Dave Kelly has announced the start of a major upgrade to water and wastewater infrastructure in Broome, with a local Aboriginal business appointed to deliver the project’s first stage. Read more
The National Government has committed $5 million toward the $11 million expansion of the Penna Recycled Water Scheme in Tasmania. Read more
Flexible and affordable sewage solutions enable three regional Australian businesses to achieve compliant treatment results. Read more
VEGA Australia tells Waste Management Review about its plans to expand its water operation portfolio, with a focus on Western Australia. Read more
E & J Septics in Melbourne is taking on the state’s “dirty work” and playing its role in helping trace COVID-19, with help from UD Trucks.
Thanks to mIoT’s Captis solution, water utilities are overcoming pre-existing challenges for their wastewater services. With sewer pipes throughout Australia’s various wastewater networks, monitoring such expansive infrastructure require a large-scale and reliable solution, as Waste Management Review learns. Read more
Wastewater specialist Aerofloat won a tender for Shellharbour Council not only based on experience, but having foresight. It explains how. Read more
Water security for Ingham, Lower Herbert and Forrest Beach has been improved with the opening of a $4.4 million upgrade of the Hinchinbrook Water Treatment facility.
A wastewater recycling system that could reuse between 25 to 45 per cent of household water is being trialled by Sydney Water.