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A Bundaberg farm will construct two new cold rooms to increase capacity to supply fresh produce thanks to a Queensland Government regional development grant program.
A Victorian dairy farm has upgraded its effluent system to include a second solids trap to make pumping easier and prevent blockages, improving dairy effluent management significantly.
The Water Industry Operators Association of Australia (WIOA) held its Victorian conference in late June, and shared the winning outcome for the Best Tasting Tap Water award.
The Queensland Government has announced a new $40.4 million allocation for new critical water infrastructure, including a new pipeline and pump station upgrades, in Mount Morgan to provide stronger water security to the town.
The New South Wales Government has announced a further $369.6 million investment into its Safe and Secure Water Program (SSWP) in the 2022-23 Budget to further support communities with new water infrastructure and wastewater services.
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