operation and  maintenance of WSUD infrastructure

IPWEA WSUD Workshop

Operation and Maintenance of WSUD Infrastructure

Operation and maintenance of WSUD and stormwater harvesting assets presents some significant problems within the industry. Excellent solutions have been developed over a decade but unfortunately, many of the developments have not been implemented.

In an effort to capture the best practices in operation and maintenance of WSUD and stormwater harvesting and provide a forum for knowledge of these issues and solutions IPWEA VIC organized a workshop on 3rd June 2014 at Banyule City Council.

IV Water Presentation

What We've Done for Others


  • All
  • Integrated
  • Stormwater
  • Wastewater
  • Maintenance
  • Industrial
  • Guidelines
  • IPWEA WSUD Workshop

  • OPEX cost reduction
  • Melbourne Olympic Park

  • 52 mill. litres of water annually
  • Alice Smart Effluent Reuse

  • 6 mill. litres of water daily
  • City of Banyule WSUD

  • OPEX cost reduction
  • Fonterra, Darnum Drainage

  • Safety and functionality improved
  • IPWEA / DELWP IWM Workshops

  • Collaboration initiated
  • Melbourne Royal Botanic Gardens

  • Improved system performance
  • Yarra Park Sewer Mining

  • 180 mill. litres of Class A water annually
  • Port Phillip Value for Money

  • Cost-saving strategies developed
  • Water Recycling Conference 2019

  • Best practice in Integrated Water Management
  • Banyule Stormwater Harvesting

  • Optimal method of asset maintenance
  • Sunshine Golf Sewer Mining

  • Design, tendering and project management
  • Stormwater Harvesting Guidelines

  • Developing industry standard
  • Moranbah Water Study

  • Developing sustainable mining strategies
  • Melbourne Sports Precinct Tour

  • Best practice in design, operation and maintenance
  • Lafarge Holcim Audits

  • Structural audits of plant and equipment
  • Grantville Quarry Infrastructure

  • Design and implementation
  • Road Map Report

  • Stormwater treatment devices performance verification

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