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2021

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2020

Vol 5 - Issue 1   Vol 5 - Issue 2   Vol 5 - Issue 3   Vol 5 - Issue 4 

2019

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2018

2017

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2016

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VOLUME 6 – ISSUE 1

  Rain Drops
WHEN URBAN STORMWATER MEETS HIGH GROUNDWATER – PART 2
Managing the challenge by shifting to a minimal fill development
S Thompson, M Shanafield, A Manero, G Claydon.
As Perth encroaches on high groundwater regions, the findings of these assessments should be incorporated into land zoning and planning processes to limit some of the risks currently assumed by land owners and LGAs...
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  Rain Drops
WHEN URBAN STORMWATER MEETS HIGH GROUNDWATER – PART 1
Managing the challenge by shifting to a minimal fill development
S Thompson, M Shanafield, A Manero, G Claydon.
Predicting and mitigating the impacts of high groundwater on urban development in the Swan Coastal Plain of Western Australia...
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  Rain Drops
ESTIMATING ADWF AT SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS
Determining the best technique for calculating average dry weather flow helps improve facilities’ management
D de Haas, S Ng, N Dahl, D Baulch.
This paper presents the best technique for calculating average dry weather flow to help improve facilities’ management...
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  Carbon Emissions
LOW-CARBON FUTURE OPENS OPPORTUNITIES FOR WATER SECTOR
Waste and water could provide an important role in climate change and emission reduction strategies
N Tawona
This paper presents an overview of the policies relating to climate change and emissions reduction strategies in Australia, as well as a review of low emission technologies and investment opportunities ...
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  Stormwater
“GULLY PIT INSERTS” SHOWN TO REDUCE POLLUTANTS IN STORMWATER
Samples from runoff filtered through a stormwater control measure show a reduction in suspended solids and nutrient species
B Dalrymple, M Wicks, W Jones, B Allingham
Over recent decades, the implementation of stormwater control measures (SCMs) to achieve a more water-sensitive urban environment and reduce the hydrologic and water quality impacts of urban  ...
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  Smart water metering
CONTAINING SMART WATER METERING RISKS
Making the most of digital systems while mitigating the downfalls
E Johnson
Implementing smart water metering systems has numerous potential benefits for both a utility and its customers. Despite the benefits, implementing smart metering systems also introduces asset anomalies ...
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  Water quality monitoring
DIGITAL METERING HANDS CONTROL TO CUSTOMERS
Real-time data is allowing GWMWater customers to take control of their usage
B Nitschke, A Rohde
GWMWater’s urban water customers can now better track their water usage on their phone, computer or any other electronic device following the completion of an Urban Remote Metering project.
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