by Randal Ferman, Vice President Ekwestrel Corp Minimum flow is a subject that many pump professionals will give a...
Northern Territory Chief Minister Adam Giles has addressed the 3rd Korean Business Roundtable in Alice Springs, strengthening collaboration with...
In the downstream oil, gas and petrochemical industries, reliability and operating cost are two of the major consideration factors...
Unitywater is changing the way its pump stations operate to reduce blockages and save energy. A new pump and...
Unitywater has awarded two contracts in association with the Redcliffe sewage treatment plant rehabilitation in the Redcliffe Peninsula, Queensland....
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Redeveloping and upgrading Reef HQ Aquarium’s plant infrastructure for the future
50 years innovation: Pump specialist SEEPEX celebrates its anniversary June 14, 2022
The pump world has reason to celebrate. SEEPEX, a globally sought-after speciali...
SAER expands its range of IR close coupled pumps May 20, 2022
IR pumps are one of the most known and appreciated series of the Italian manufac...
Water pumps that you can rely on: quality, reliability and performance from Franklin Electric May 11, 2022
Commencing back in 1962 in Dandenong, Victoria, close-by its present site, Frank...
Iconic swimming pool chooses Ebara GSD pumps for filtration pump upgrade May 10, 2022
The iconic Fitzroy swimming pool, operated by the Yarra City Council and Yarra L...
Flexibore® with submersible pumps – the perfect solution May 9, 2022
Australian layflat hose manufacturer Crusader Hose has an excellent working rela...
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.
A New South Wales water security project has awarded the construction tender for a 3000ML off-river water storage dam, as the pump station to transfer water nears completion.
Urban Utilities has developed an innovative new wetland – with a wet weather pump station – to naturally filter and better control wet weather flows from wastewater networks and will be supported with a $65 million investment to upgrade Cannery Creek.
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