Water e-Journal

Water e-Journal

EXECUTIVE SUMMARIES

2018

2017

Vol 2 - Issue 1   Vol 2 - Issue 2   Vol 2 - Issue 3   Vol 2 - Issue 4 

2016

Vol 1 - Issue 1   Vol 1 - Issue 2   Vol 1 - Issue 3   Vol 1 - Issue 4

 

VOLUME 1 – ISSUE 1


   THE WATER SAFETY CONTINUUM
A PRACTICAL WAY TO IMPLEMENT A HEALTH-BASED TARGET FOR MICROBIAL WATER QUALITY
R Walker
Best practice for managing drinking water quality is now accepted to be the use of Health Based Targets (HBTs). This approach is based on the fact that pathogenic microorganisms pose the greatest risk of water-borne disease, and that....
READ MORE


   WESTERNPORT WATER COWES WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT UPGRADE PROJECT
A REVIEW OF CWWTP’S MASTER PLAN AND PROJECT DEVELOPMENT PHASE
C Jayasena, J Anderson
Westernport Water provides water supply and wastewater collection and treatment services to an area of 300km2 about 100km south east of Melbourne, centred on the holiday resort of Phillip Island. Although the serviced area only has a....
READ MORE


   ULTRAFILTRATION MEMBRANES FOR CLARIFIER AND BACKWASH WASTEWATER
THE PILOT TRIAL RESULTS OF A GROUNDWATER CLEAN-UP PROJECT AT THE BOTANY GROUNDWATER TREATMENT PLANT IN SYDNEY
P El Jbeily, F Barendregt, K Clark, F Akkawi
The Botany Groundwater Treatment Plant (GTP), located in Sydney, NSW, forms a major component of the Groundwater Cleanup Project being undertaken by Orica and Chemicals Division (now Ixom Operations) to clean up contaminated...
READ MORE


   THE MERITS OF RISK MANAGEMENT: COMPLIANCE AS AN INVESTMENT
EFFECTIVE RISK MANAGEMENT INCLUDES MANAGEMENT AND MITIGATION OF OPERATING CONTEXT RISKS AND TURNING THEM INTO OPPORTUNITIES
A Davison, B Burford
In today’s corporate world, it is fundamentally important for enterprise leadership to recognise, understand and manage risk. Regulatory compliance is necessary but not sufficient, because there are many real and significant areas of risk that....
READ MORE


   SUSTAINABLE WASTEWATER TREATMENT THROUGH BIOSOLIDS MANAGEMENT
A REVIEW OF TWO WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANTS IN THE UNITED STATES
A Cooper, W Bailey, C Rogers, D Solley, M Laginestra
Wastewater treatment represents significant energy consumption, and authorities are becoming increasingly aware of the urgent need to provide sustainable services in delivering services. Today, with a greater emphasis on energy efficiency and....
READ MORE


   SEAWATER DESALINATION: A SUSTAINABLE SOLUTION TO WORLD WATER SHORTAGE
PLANNING, DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION OF THE ADELAIDE DESALINATION PLANT
JE Blesing, C Pelekani
There are many parts of the world currently experiencing drought conditions combined with a water supply that is unfit for human consumption. Scarcity of water also results in reduced availability for food production. Alternative water sources are.....
READ MORE


   AUTOMATED ANALYSIS OF METERED WATER CONSUMPTION
A REVIEW OF THE AUTOMATED ANALYSIS PROCESS DEVELOPED BY SA WATER

S Zhong, N Turich, P Hayde
SA Water collects and stores large amounts of customer meter data on a proprietary customer-billing platform. To inform infrastructure planning, SA Water Corporation has a need to generate analytics based on this data. Historically, the problem with...
READ MORE


   PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL AT WASTEWATER TREATMENT WORKS
IMPLEMENTING NEW SLUDGE TREATMENT FACILITIES AT FOUR WELSH TREATMENT PLANTS TO AID PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL

N Walding
Dr Cymru Welsh Water (DCWW) is a major UK water business servicing most of Wales. Natural Resources Wales, the Welsh environmental regulator, dentified four wastewater treatment works (WWTWs) – Gowerton, Llanelli, Parc-y-splott and Pontyberem...
READ MORE