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VOLUME 4 – ISSUE 4


  urban river COMMUNITY VALUES FOR GREEN PUBLIC OPEN SPACE
A Choice Modelling Analysis in Perth, Western Australia
Martin van Bueren and Russell Blamey
With a drying climate, Perth is facing difficult decisions about how to manage green public open space (POS) in the metropolitan area.
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  Paying Water Bills DRIVING INNOVATION BY MEASURING AFFORDABILITY
Understanding the impact of water bills on customers
F Pamminger, P Greenwood, L Morandini, R Sinnott
Measuring affordability can provide a water utility with direct benefits. It can be used to identify and support customers experiencing ... 
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  Pipes ENERGY SAVING OPTIMISATION FOR WATER DISTRIBUTION NETWORKS
Applying intelligent network optimisation models
Y Zhao, B Liang, S Dang, R Taib, Y Wang, F Chen, G Matthews, T Hua, D Vitanage, C Doolan
Pump energy costs can be a major component of total operational expenditure for water utilities and it is a challenge to reduce pump ... 
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  Energy FORECASTING ENERGY AND CARBON REDUCTIONS
A benchmarking approach using the Infrastructure Sustainability Rating Tool
J Logie, G Fowler, K Lockyer
Sydney Water has assessed sustainability performance for the Lower South Creek Treatment Program to gain its first independent ... 
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  urban river ENERGY MANAGEMENT AT ALLWATER
Optimising and reducing power usage across the business
J Dreyfus and G Oates
In 2013, Allwater developed an ISO 50001 certified Energy Management Program to better meet its sustainability responsibilities.  
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  urban river PUMPING SEWAGE SLUDGE
A challenge for the future
E Farno and N Eshtiagh
A large portion of the total energy consumption in any wastewater treatment plant is used for pumping wastewater and sewage ... 
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  urban river REALISING THE ECONOMIC VALUE OF RENEWABLE ENERGY FROM BIOSOLIDS
Exploring Hunter Water’s long term biosolids options
L Randall, D Derkenne, C Lokuge, N Tawona, P Hillis, G Taylor, D Brauer and P Mukheibir
Biosolids management poses a range of financial, regulatory, environmental and social challenges for wastewater utilities. 
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  urban river LEGIONELLA EXPOSURE RISK IN GROUNDWATER TREATMENT PLANTS
Using Bayesian models to assess exposure risks for aeration systems
D Yunana, A Branch, K H Tng, I Bradley, L Zappia and P Le-Clech
Building on the Legionella High Level Risk Assessment Initiative developed by Water Corporation Western Australia, this study aims to further quantify the potential of Legionella exposure. 
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