The art of water conservation is hot news, and it’s an aspect that applies to virtually every industry. From...
By Imogen Hartmann, Journalist, Pump Industry magazine Experts have determined that preventing carbon dioxide emissions from entering the atmosphere...
This edition of Ask an Expert will look at the use of smart progressive cavity pumps and how they...
Members of the National Cabinet have responded to a letter sent by Pump Industry Australia (PIA) calling for the...
Pump Industry Australia (PIA) has sent a letter to the Prime Minister and National Cabinet calling for the government...
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AxFlow’s Brown Brothers Engineers New Zealand acquires Galbraith Engineering Ltd and becomes Oceania’s largest fluid handling supplier October 26, 2021
Acquiring Galbraith’s gives Brown Brothers NZ access to Oceania and strengthen...
Major acquisition creates Australia’s largest pump rental company October 22, 2021
The pump industry was abuzz with news of the National Pump & Energy acquisit...
Temporary solution for a wastewater plant October 21, 2021
The Dungog Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) in New South Wales’ Hunter Region...
Austworld advancing Australian-based facilities October 20, 2021
As one of Australia’s largest family-owned manufacturing, wholesaler and distr...
What to look for when purchasing positive displacement pumps October 19, 2021
When it comes to choosing the right positive displacement pump for an applicatio...
The Water Services Association of Australia is looking for feedback on the third edition of its sewage pumping station code ahead of publication.
Toowoomba Regional Council (TRC) has awarded a contract for works on the Mount Kynoch Water Treatment Plant, including the upgrade of existing infrastructure and design of a new duplicate main to improve water reliability.
A $14 million upgrade to the Greater Meander Irrigation Scheme – including pump upgrades – is expected to deliver reduced costs to irrigators and farmers.
Campaspe Shire Council is impenting the Kyabram Flood Study, a document identifying problematic areas in Kyabram, with assessments also made to the sensitivity of blockages and pump failures – highlighting the importance of regular pump maintenance.
The upgraded Ingham Deport Water Treatment Plant has been officially opened as part of National Water Week, with the completed works including construction of a new treated water reservoir, a new aerator, and installation of new high-lift pumps.
January 31, 2022 - February 2, 2022