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Waterlines Issue 1 2019:
Urban Water – an undervalued resource

Two components of the urban water cycle, stormwater and wastewater, are some of Australia’s most undervalued water resources.  With respect to stormwater, there is either too much of it under flood conditions, or too little under drought conditions.  By comparison, wastewater is something that is collected, treated and discharged with often-insufficient attention given to potential beneficial reuse opportunities.

A detailed knowledge of stormwater and urban water balances, both from a flooding and a waterway health perspective, is essential for sustainably managing many of our urbanised areas and the waterways that intersect them. Water Technology is working with a wide range of clients across Australia to provide this knowledge and to assist in delivering robust, high-quality solutions.

Waterlines Issue 1 2018:
Coastal adaptation in action

Whether it is trip to the beach, casting a line into the ocean or sailing the wide blue, the coast is an integral part of life for many of us.

Understanding, preparing for, and responding to the pressures on our coastal environment is central to the projects we undertake. Across Australia we are working with local governments in the development of coastal hazard and adaptation strategies. The development of these strategies includes engagement and collaboration with the local community to better understand their needs and values to support improved planning and prioritisation decisions. By way of example, a recent Western Australian project for the Denham Township that we have undertaken has provided the council with a coastal foreshore plan to optimise use options and to plan for climate change impacts.


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