National Water Recycling and Reuse Technology 2019 Conference

Water Recycling and Waste Water Treatment Design

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:

  • Smart application of available water resources
  • Investing in decentrilised water supply schemes implemented locally thereby cutting the cost of water transportation
  • Reduction of water pollution
  • Investing in WSUD and integrated water management schemes to compliment already existent water infrastructure strategies
  • Promote cooperation between developers and government agencies
  • Analysis of reliability of stormwater harvesting schemes and the cost of implementation
  • Best practice, guidelines and standards in the water industry
  • Promoting strategic networking
  • Professional engineering development

What We've Done for Others

  • All
  • Integrated
  • Stormwater
  • Wastewater
  • Maintenance
  • Industrial
  • Guidelines
WSUD Workshop exploring OPEX cost reduction
  • IPWEA WSUD Workshop

  • OPEX cost reduction
Our pride and joy - Melbourne Olympic Park Stormwater Harvesting Scheme
  • Melbourne Olympic Park

  • 52 mill. litres of water annually
Alice Springs Waste Water Reuse Scheme
  • Alice Smart Effluent Reuse

  • 6 mill. litres of water daily
WSUD Workshop exploring OPEX cost reduction
  • City of Banyule WSUD

  • OPEX cost reduction
Improving drainage
  • Fonterra, Darnum Drainage

  • Safety and functionality improved
Integrated Water Management Collaborations
  • IPWEA / DELWP IWM Workshops

  • Collaboration initiated
Stormwater Harvesting at the Botanic Gardens
  • Melbourne Royal Botanic Gardens

  • Improved system performance
Sewer Mining at Yarra Park
  • Yarra Park Sewer Mining

  • 180 mill. litres of Class A water annually
More value and less money. Auditing of contracts
  • Port Phillip Value for Money

  • Service contracts audit
Best practice in integrated water management
  • Water Recycling Conference 2019

  • Best practice in Integrated Water Management
Maintaining stormwater harvesting scheme assets
  • Banyule Stormwater Harvesting

  • Optimal method of asset maintenance
Sewer mining and better reuse of wastewater
  • Sunshine Golf Sewer Mining

  • Design, tendering and project management
Stormwater harvesting guidelines
  • Stormwater Harvesting Guidelines

  • Developing industry standard
Mining and sustainability
  • Moranbah Water Study

  • Developing sustainable mining strategies
Operation and maintenance: best practice
  • Melbourne Sports Precinct Tour

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

  • Structural audits of plant and equipment
Mining and maintaining of assets
  • Grantville Quarry Infrastructure

  • Design and implementation
Stormwater treatment devices
  • Road Map Report

  • Stormwater treatment devices performance verification

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