Water has been a critical symbol of the climate crisis Australia is facing, particularly recently throughout 2020 and into 2021. Severe drought and floods have been experienced across the country, and wastewater is becoming an ever more important resource. This is both for the value embodied in purified recycled water, either for drinking or non-drinking purposes and for useful organics and nutrient sources available in wastewaters.
While there is no shortage of solutions around the globe, the adoption of energy recovery facilities in Australia has been slow to take hold. So what does it take to find the right energy recovery solutions for our market? Why is it so important to find the right expertise and partnership so critical to its success? And what are some of the misconceptions surrounding energy recovery?
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In southern Queensland, a project that turns coal seam gas wastewater into a resource is providing flow-on benefits for the local community and environment.
Planning a safe and environmentally-conscious closure of a mine generally starts well before anything has been extracted from the ground.
Delivering an innovative thermal battery solution to meet the campus' energy needs will save USC approximately $111 million in utility costs and prevent 100,000 tonnes of co2 emissions over the next 25 years.
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Blockages, overflows, leaks and burst pipes - these daily occurrences affect water utility operations, causing water service delivery disruption, financial loss, environmental impact and reputational risk.