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Structural assessment of sewer pump stations using a novel photonics-based sensor system

M Fabian, R Scott, S Bandyopadhyay, T Sun, K TV Grattan, H Bustamante, M Thurner, E Coiro, R Llave, M Win, J Hearfield

This paper reports the outcome of the research jointly developed and implemented by Sydney Water and City, University of London ...

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Jar tests and evaluation of floc characteristics

Advanced optimisation in pilot-scale trial and emergency pre-treatment design to produce safe drinking water

ASM Mohiuddin, Y C Wang, S Vigneswaran

Through advanced testing and optimisation at the pilot-scale contact filtration plant and designing an emergency pre-treatment ...

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Per and poly-fluoroalkyl substance (PFAS) removal by a radial flow cartridge system

B Dalrymple, B Allingham, M Wicks, W Jones, J McDonald

Two field-scale studies were undertaken of a radial flow cartridge system (RFCS) installed to remove PFAS from ...

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Here, there or everywhere: A comparison of centralised and decentralised desalination schemes

Rebecca Argento, Nathan Peiper, Greg Finlayson

To compare centralised and decentralised desalination in terms of economic, environmental, and social factors ...

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artificial intelligence

Seawater desalination energy efficiency and emissions reduction at Gold Coast Desalination Plant

J Jo

This paper investigates the implementation of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) in the operation of the Gold Coast Desalination ...

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Burdekin Dam in QLD

How much water supply resilience is enough? – A discussion paper

L Donaldson

Resilience for water supply systems is the ability to maintain supply when the system is impacted by a disruption from the norm. The paper investigated two ends of the resilience spectrum ...

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Gas Infusion technology: An innovative way to oxygenate and treat wastewater

M Mackenzie, A Monutti, W Campbell, G Ronconi

This paper evaluates Gas Infusion technology based on the results from full scale pilot plants developed for Canadian and Brazilian utilities. One of the goals of the pilots was ...

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Digital tool for driving circular economy outcomes in the Australian red meat industry

F Tessele

This study presents the development of a novel digital tool aimed at facilitating the preliminary sizing and economical evaluation of integrated resource management facilities for ...

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Beyond digital: Protecting public health from water sector cybersecurity risks

D Visser V Ghoddousi P Clissold B Shackleton H Cole

Are digital controls sufficient, or should additional methods be used to secure drinking water supplies? Discussion about some opportunities to further ...

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PFAS water testing

PFAS removal: The forever chemical now has an expiration date

P Callaghan R Ooi S Callaghan L Callaghan

Perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are a group of anthropogenic chemicals. These chemicals are persistent in the environment and humans. They have a negative effect ...

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Design of intakes and outfalls to avoid risks during operation

E Pita

This paper describes some of the problems that can be experienced during the operation of desalination plants and the way these can be prevented during the design stage ...

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