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Deep in the centre of Western Australia lies one of the state’s largest single site undeveloped gold projects, the...
Pump Industry Australia (PIA) has sent a letter to the Prime Minister and National Cabinet calling for the government...
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The PIA’s Australian Pump Technical Handbook is a cornerstone text for the Australian pump industry and, in our...
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Pumping liquids with entrained gas January 8, 2022
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Roto Pumps – trusted helical rotor pumping partner by food and beverage processing companies for over 50 years November 18, 2021
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Roto Pumps – successfully running across the largest mining and explosive sites globally November 18, 2021
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Roto Pumps – your trusted pumping partner in the agriculture industry November 18, 2021
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Proven pump performance in both municipal and effluent treatment plants November 18, 2021
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Wagga Wagga City Council is progressing with plans for the Lake Albert pipeline, with the New South Wales Government issuing a license to Council to authorise the transfer of water from the Murrumbidgee River to Lake Albert.
The Federal and Tasmanian Governments are partnering to deliver a $18 million Shellfish Lease Water Quality Improvement Program, upgrading 84 sewerage pump stations across the state.
Tasmania’s Don Irrigation Scheme construction tenders are now closed, with the $29 million project including the laying of 67km of pipeline and the construction of three pump stations.
The Marong Region in Victoria now has a new 3ML concrete tank and booster pump station, with the long-awaited project creating a future of consistent water pressure for the town.
A $9 million water infrastructure project is set to boost water security in the Bland Shire, and will include a new water tower, eight kilometre water supply trunk main, seven kilometre distribution water main, and new transfer pump station.
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