Construction is to commence on the $777 million Kidston Stage 2 pumped hydro energy storage (PHES) project – following...
Now in its seventh year, the annual State of the Industry survey conducted by Pump Industry, has found that...
With hundreds of local and international businesses vying for a customer’s attention, pump companies need to know how they...
The results of recent energy audits have been showcased at regional field days in Queensland, which provide information on how...
Through the Emissions Reduction Fund, the Australian Government will purchase lowest cost abatement from a wide range of sources, providing...
Australia’s only international air conditioning, refrigeration and building services trade exhibition, ARBS 2016, will showcase innovative products and technologies from...
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Polymaster releases weatherproof IBC bund July 28, 2021
The Intermediate Bulk Container (IBC) is the number one container for storing an...
Choosing the right split cartridge mechanical seal July 26, 2021
Split seals are an innovative sealing solution for environments where it may be ...
Going deeper underground: world-first layflat hose technology for mine dewatering July 21, 2021
Accounting for around 98 per cent of Australia’s Economic Demonstrated Res...
SAER’s new range for mining applications July 19, 2021
SAER, an Italian pump and motor manufacturer with over 70 years of experience an...
K+ Energy: even better performance, versatility and safety July 15, 2021
Caprari’s K+ Energy range is now being expanded, including models for both sma...
Construction of a new sewage pump station at Hallidays Point will begin in early August as part of a $3.5 million project.
The filtration upgrade is almost halfway complete at the Mt Crosby East Bank Water Treatment Plant, an essential facility for Brisbane and Ipswich.
Brine pumping trials for the Lake Throssell Sulphate of Potash Project have provided details to estimate an Indicated Mineral Resource.
Gladstone Area Water Board has unveiled its new Offline Storage Facility along with a standby pump system.
The Federal and Victorian Governments have announced that the Mitiamo Pipeline Project is set to be completed in the coming days, supplying more reliable water supply and less water evaporation to irrigators across the state.
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