Australia’s water resources require effective management on both large and small scales. Water management can involve managing water supply, whether it comes from rivers, dams, groundwater or sources like desalination, and the allocations of water for different uses. However, this is not the only facet of water management. Water management also includes the effective removal of unwanted water, such as excessive stormwater runoff, to prevent flooding and other undesirable consequences. On a smaller scale, water must be managed on mining and construction sites, often requiring dewatering. The release of wastewater, treated or untreated, back into the environment also requires the careful management of environmental considerations.

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For more than 50 years Taylors has developed a reputation for excellence in the areas of Masterplanning and Urban Design, Surveying, GIS, Civil Engineering, Development Strategy and Project Management, and have now grown to a team of over 100…

Oxyzone Pty Ltd is a premier Australian supplier of Oxygen and Ozone Generators. The name is a derivative of the words oxygen and ozone, simply because it is what we do. Based on the concepts of older, tried and proven systems, we have designed new…

Brought to you by the editors and journalists behind Utility Magazine, the Water Report is an indispensable and data-driven guide to what is really happening in the industry.   Each issue profiles major water industry projects across Australia,…