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  • 17 Apr 2023

    Eureka Linen

    Eureka Linen is a business unit of Ballarat Health Services and has been operating since 1979.

  • 9 Mar 2023

    SA Water's Smarts

    SA Water has worked with businesses across South Australia to install smart meters for the purpose of helping them better manage their water use.

  • 9 Mar 2023

    Leak Prevention in Our Communities

    Almost 50,000 customer water meters have been checked for signs of on-lot leaks in Darwin, Katherine and Alice Springs saving over a billion litres of water

  • 9 Mar 2023

    Communal Water Saving

    The Community Rebate Program began in 2015 and has assisted around 10,000 customers across Victoria saving $600,000 a year in water bills and around 178 Megalitres in water. The program is expected to assist an additional 5,000 customers over the next two years.

  • 9 Mar 2023

    Water Labelling and Standards

    The Water Efficiency Labelling and Standards (WELS) scheme is a national scheme to help Australians save water in their homes. WELS reduces demand for drinking water by informing consumers about water efficiency at the point of sale.

  • 9 Mar 2023

    Australia's New High-Tech Sustainability

    Using their own land, South East Water has teamed up with Villawood Properties on a unique residential development collaboration. Built on a former wastewater treatment plant site, Aquarevo will be the most water and energy efficient residential community in Australia. Residents will enjoy the benefits of smart design and leading edge, intelligent water solutions.

  • 9 Mar 2023

    'myh2o' is For Your Use

    It’s been described as award winning, cost effective and cutting edge. When Mackay Regional Council in North Queensland introduced smart metering, it was to help slow investment demands. However, they also found that it changed their community’s culture of water use with 'myh2o.'

  • 6 Mar 2023

    Keeping Water Secure

    The Water Security program is Seqwater’s plan for providing the region’s drinking water over the next 30 years, including during times of drought and flood. In 2017, Seqwater released version 2 of the Water Security Program, which includes a revised Drought Response Plan. The plan introduces a drought readiness phase to help better prepare the region for the prospect of drought.

  • 6 Mar 2023

    Sydney Water Sticking to the BASIX

    The Building Sustainability Index (BASIX) is one of the strongest sustainable planning measures to ever be undertaken in Australia.

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