The Western Australian Government has lodged applications for matching Commonwealth funding for a planned $117.5 million investment in two...
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The Tasmanian Government has launched the Preferred Option Design for the Sassafras Wesley Vale Irrigation Scheme Augmentation, which includes...
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The Western Australian Government has lodged applications for matching Commonwealth funding for a planned $117.5 million investment in two new renewable hydrogen hubs, including the development of a hydrogen pipeline.
The business case to develop a long-term water solution for Mount Morgan has been awarded to global infrastructure firm AECOM, in a milestone step for the Rockhampton region.
Significant works are being undertaken at the Bryn Estyn Water Treatment Plant in Hobart, to improve water supply capacity and meet increasing demand.
The Victorian Government and Lower Murray Water (LMW) have launched public consultation on the $37 million Lower Murray Water - Water Efficiency Project, set to upgrade infrastructure in the Sunraysia Irrigation District.
The Queensland Government has launched the $3 million Mareeba-Atherton Tablelands Regional Water Assessment which is set to develop a long-term strategic plan for water management across the region.
January 31, 2022 - February 2, 2022