Five Things to Consider When Building a Water Treatment Plant
Whether you’re initiating a project from scratch, moving or expanding operations, building a water treatment plant requires careful consideration. Every component — from location, energy efficiency...
Multi-Residential Self-Sufficiency Needs to Start
Most people now reside in urban centers, but we need to contain urban sprawl to leave room for nature. This means more multi residential (multi-res) developments,...
Australia’s $59 Billion Infrastructure Pipeline Unveiled
A record forty-four new projects and initiatives have been added to Australia’s list of priority infrastructure as the pipeline of important work grows to $59 billion...
Infrastructure Engineering is More Valuable than Often Appreciated
The value which infrastructure engineering delivers to the world is greater than what is often appreciated, a leader in the sector says.
Houses Made of Water Are the Future for Energy Efficiency
An increased awareness of energy consumption, and the financial costs involved, is likely to see households continue to engage in energy saving practices. But would you...
Next stage of Snowy 2.0 given green light
The next stage of the Snowy Hydro 2.0 expansion has been given the green light with approval for construction of the project's Segment Factory.
Australia Needs Leadership on Integrated Water Management
Australia needs leadership and clear policy objectives if an integrated approach toward urban water management is to succeed, a report has found.
Infrastructure Adviser Wants Water Plan
Australia should have a national water strategy and a plan to protect coastal cities as rising sea levels threaten homes and businesses, the nation's independent infrastructure...
Shower a 'sanctuary' from virus: Syd study
Sydneysiders are using enough water to fill 155 Olympic-sized swimming pools each day as they spend more time at home.
Qld flood class action win to be appealed
A second Queensland water provider is appealing a class action decision on the 2011 floods potentially worth hundreds of millions of dollars.
No threat to Sydney water quality for now
Sydney's drinking water won't be impacted by emergency bushfires burning near Warragamba Dam and elsewhere around the city, authorities say.
SA's Recreational Reservoir Opens
The South Australian government may allow access to a drinking water catchment south of Adelaide.
Labor Pledge to Protect SA's Water Flows
A Labor government would try to restore the Murray-Darling Basin to health by overturning a deal made last year.
Growing Backlash over NSW Dam Wall Plan
Community groups and traditional owners have accused the NSW government of not being transparent over plans to raise the Warragamba Dam wall.
Qld Council Wants 'Big Decisions' on Water
A drought-affected Queensland regional council has pleaded for a significant increase in water security funding to prevent a possible nationwide impact on food prices.
Morrison Weighs up Drought-proofing Tools
A national water transport network to help farmers is one proposal Prime Minister Scott Morrison will look at to guard against future droughts.
Sydney's Desalination Plant being Tested
Work is underway preparing Sydney's desalination plant so it can be switched on if the city's dam levels continue to fall during the NSW drought.