Stormwater Victoria 2017 Conference

Stormwater Victoria 2017 Conference

2017 Stormwater Victoria Conference – Time for a watershed?

This week (3-5th May 2017) the stormwater industry in Victoria gets together in Lorne for the 2017 Stormwater Victoria Conference. This is a great opportunity for the industry to discuss issues, challenges and technical advances.

Water Technology will be well represented with a number of presentations, both individual and with our clients.  If you are at the conference come along to the presentations and join the discussion about the outcomes.

Presentations:

  • The Balcombe Estuary Reserves Group, Community Driven Action. Tom Le Cerf (abstract, page 2)
  • Can water quality assets have a detrimental impact on downstream ecological values? Bertrand Salmi (abstract, page 10)
  • A fully Integrated Water­-Sewer Draining Model -­ Why would you do that?​ Nigel Pugh (Melbourne Water) with Celine Marchenay (abstract, page 3)
  • Towards Predicting Future Imperviousness: How the Melbourne Urbanisation Mapping (MUM) Project took on this challenge – Kristina Sestokas (Melbourne Water) with Amelia Leavesley and Jasper Kunapo (Grace GIS) (abstract, page 6)

If you won’t be at the conference and would like to discuss these presentations please feel free to contact the presenters or call +61 3 8526 0800 to discuss.

About The Author

Luke McPhail
Luke joined Water Technology in 2016 with extensive experience in business development and marketing, water management software development, commercialisation, training and support. He has a passion for linking exceptional scientific and engineering solutions to real-world challenges.
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