What’s New in Water Management Clean Technologies?
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People in African cities are taking charge of their water supplies – and it’s working
It will take decades, but the Murray Darling Basin Plan is delivering environmental improvements
Melbourne’s water supply at risk due to ‘collapse’ of forests caused by logging
3 problems that water abundance brings to coastal communities
Environment and Liveability Strategy 2017
Mapping water management with help from companies
Australian Border Force develop fleetwide water management plan
Global effort could cut ocean plastics by 77% by 2025
Circular water management: Still a drop in the bucket
The time is now for business to mobilize differently on water
Be Promoted Globally by Austrade
Materials: New Nylon, PPA & PPS Grades For Water Management
On the Progress and Promise of Water Reuse
Hurricane Irma damage repaired, popular Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive reopens to nature lovers
Business focus on water management reaching ‘record levels’
Queensland Government: Perfluorinated chemical site contamination
Unity water: Testing your water
University Professor Jenny Graves is the First Woman to Win Prime Minister’s Prize for Science
7 reasons we’re facing a global water crisis
Regional Development Innovation Awards 2017
New technologies shrink waste waters carbon footprint
Amazing Towers in Ethiopia harvest clean water from thin air
Water, sanitation innovations to transform urban slums
More to water than meets the eye
Australia’s Sustainable Seafood Guide
Australian Disaster Resilience Knowledge Hub
Water Research Australia – Be a Part of the Solution
Unitywater and ARENA investigate the hidden power of waste in an Australian first.
New Technologies Shrink Waste Water’s Carbon Footprint
Australian water management 101.
The Water Research Symposium in July will focus on themes including climate change, waste water quality and treatment, smarter monitoring and methods and managing contamination.
A waterless urinal? Good thing there is a one-way valve to stop odour from passing back into the bathroom.
A $2.5 million project will explore innovative technologies to reduce nitrogen and sediment pollution in south east Queensland waterways.
The power of water.
Pure drinking water for an entire community can be produced from a wind powered device. With no need for power or chemicals, it is low-maintenance, easily deployed and scalable for any community.
Household water savings of 70 percent! A water-wise housing estate in Melbourne will convert stormwater into hot water for showers and laundries. The water will undergo screening, filtration, UV and heat treatment before it comes out of the bathroom and laundry taps.
The goal of the Reef Water Quality Protection Plan is to ensure that by 2020 the quality of water entering the Great Barrier Reef from broadscale land use has no detrimental impact on the health and resilience of the reef.
Is it art? No, it’s a desalination platform! And a tourist destination!
What is Water Sensitive Urban Design?
Who owns stormwater? Could stormwater that hits the ground on local council properties be treated, harvested and sold?
The Smart Water Research Centre offers cutting-edge water research, an education and training program and commercial laboratory services.