The New South Wales Government is investing a record $2.2 billion through Sydney Water to upgrade water infrastructure including pumps,...
By using an EDUR multiphase pump, the compressor, air saturation vessel, the standard pump, and the control system can...
The Equipment Energy Efficiency (E3) Program is considering introducing mandatory Minimum Energy Efficiency Performance Standards (MEPS) and labelling for...
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Roto Pumps – trusted helical rotor pumping partner by food and beverage processing companies for over 50 years November 18, 2021
From morning breakfast to evening drink, Roto Pumps have been an essential force...
Roto Pumps – successfully running across the largest mining and explosive sites globally November 18, 2021
At Roto Pumps we started our journey by supplying our very first pumps to the mi...
Roto Pumps – your trusted pumping partner in the agriculture industry November 18, 2021
At Roto Pumps Australia, we understand the various fluid engineering challenges ...
Proven pump performance in both municipal and effluent treatment plants November 18, 2021
Roto Pumps are widely acknowledged for customisation of helical rotor positive d...
Enable power reliability by digitising water wastewater operations November 16, 2021
Across all industries there is a push to do more with less. To deliver growth an...
AGL Energy has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) to explore the development of an industrial energy hub, to be delivered through grid-scale batteries, solar thermal storage, wind and pumped hydro.
Tasmania’s Rocky Creek, in the Huon Valley, has won the award for best tasting drinking water in the state, following in the footsteps of 2020 winner Rossarden.
A briefing will be held online this week for contractors interested in Townsville City Council’s Cleveland Bay Recycled Water Treatment project, which includes building a recycled water treatment facility and supporting pipeline infrastructure.
The Australian Government’s $100 million On-farm Emergency Water Infrastructure Rebate Scheme will provide funding for farmers in the Northern Territory to install drought resilient infrastructure including pipes, tanks, pumps and bores.
Kempsey Shire Council is constructing a new, modernised sewerage collection system in the South Kempsey Employment Lands Hub, including a network of grinder pumps.
January 31, 2022 - February 2, 2022