IV Water had the opportunity to present at the "National Water Reuse and Recycling Technology 2019" conference speaking about
"Water Recycling at Melbourne and Olympics Parks: Seven Years of Operation"
with participation in the stormwater expert consultants panel on the operational experience with water recycling plants.
The National Water Recycling and Reuse Technology Conference addressed the current and future needs of water resource managers, water infrastructure engineers, water treatment specialists, stormwater management experts and consultants with experience in the field of water conservation and treatment. The conference provides a forum for the exchange of information, ideas and experiences on all aspects of water recycling and reuse. It brings together experts from industry, universities, government agencies and conservation groups involved in wastewater treatment, stormwater harvesting and water conservation to share best practices for sustainable use of water resources.
"Making every drop count" is no doubt, what this conference was about. Participants heard about latest developments in water recycling, best practices in water reuse, future of water recycling for potable use, stormwater management best practice, innovative water treatment technologies and applications. It has provided an opportunity for water infrastructure professionals to discuss new ideas and approaches to effectively deal with rapidly declining water resources.
As technology advances, new ideas are introduced so professionals can make more efficient use of water resources. All this innovation helps to make every drop count - ensuring available water resources are used as efficiently as possible.
This is the list of some of the key issues addressed at the conference: