The Productivity Commission (PC) has published its National Water Reform 2020 Draft Report, outlining guidance and forecasts on the...
In a compliance campaign, the Natural Resources Access Regulator (NRAR) has found that only around a quarter of farms...
Works are now complete on a major upgrade to water tanks in Carnarvon, Western Australia, which will bolster the...
As part of its emergency drought response for regional areas, the New South Wales Government has invested almost $57...
Work has begun on a $1.78 million stormwater harvesting facility at Edinburgh Gardens in Melbourne, set to save the...
The Tasmanian Government has funded upgrades to critical wastewater infrastructure at Maria Island, future-proofing it against the anticipated increase...
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Weir Minerals strengthens its partnership with international technology group September 15, 2021
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Why monitoring wastewater pumps is important for the environment September 6, 2021
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Polymaster releases weatherproof IBC bund July 28, 2021
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Choosing the right split cartridge mechanical seal July 26, 2021
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Going deeper underground: world-first layflat hose technology for mine dewatering July 21, 2021
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Three horticulture businesses will be granted leases to develop more than 270 hectares of land in Western Australia’s Gascoyne region.
Toowoomba Regional Council will request an immediate upgrade of the Wivenhoe pump station and investment in future water infrastructure upgrades.
A major excavation of sand from the entrance of Narrabeen Lagoon, in Sydney’s Northern Beaches, is soon to commence with works to be conducted using amphibious excavators to pump excess sand through flexible pipes.
Two huge 900-millimeter valves – the biggest of their kind in the region – have been installed on a water main in Golden Square as part of the groundwork being put in place for the future growth of Bendigo.
The New South Wales Government has launched the NSW Water Strategy, a platform for the long-term management of water that will guide planning, policy and water infrastructure investments.
January 31, 2022 - February 2, 2022