Live Water Quality News with Latest Updates

Live water quality news and developments with the latest updates. Check out current water quality news stories and find out what happened, what is going on with water quality. Recent news updates about water quality
TRC suspends non-urgent public water testing at Mt Kynoch
Think of environment before you flush
Study shows that control of anthropogenic atmospheric emissions can improve water quality
Lake Alexander is Open
Council closes Cooby Dam to public
Timber harvesting results in persistent deficits in summer streamflow
Government to take possession of K-Block
£1 million to support transition to future farming system
New fish kills: can we stop them?
Inquiry into Auckland’s polluted beaches
Method developed to protect threatened eelgrass meadows
Lake Alexander closed to all water activities
UOW to prioritise bushfire recovery research
Sydney Water fined $30,000 for inadequate clean up of sewer overflows
Bay of Plenty traffic eases thanks to funding for new freshwater carpool lane
Project Signing – New World Bank Project to Benefit Over 400,000 Farming Households
$5.3 million for Central Coast waterways
Coastal Restoration Fund Projects
Rivers after fire – aquatic equivalent of a desert
Natural contaminant threat to drinking water from groundwater
February 2020 monthly progress update on drinking water advisories on public systems on reserves
Thoresby Hall Hotel sewage discharge leads to £90,000 fine
528 trees planted along a Suffolk River
1BT grants for Northland planting
New study finds inaccuracies in arsenic test kits in Bangladesh
Wetlands make a splash in Berwick – City of Casey
First steps to bushfire recovery in ACT parks
USC researcher in global seawater quality project
Regional communities invited to lead Reef action plans
Environment funding to help Clean Up Australia tackle waste plastic in our waterways
Funding for National Environmental Science Program that builds climate and environment evidence base
Assessing water needs of rainfed dairy farms
Cooby, Cressbrook and Perseverance Dams closed to water-based activities
No compromise on patient services
Light study protects blooming underwater meadows
Making cities more sustainable
Instrument may enable mail-in testing to detect heavy metals in water
High level of interest in opening Ross River Dam to commercial and recreational use
Council progresses long term solutions to fix lake Wyangan
Mangrove invasion threatens Ahuriri Estuary
Turning manure into money
Community spirit rises with water levels as Malpas Dam hits 50 percent
Water Reuse Could Be Key for Future of Hydraulic Fracturing
Problems with cyanobacteria will worsen if CO2 concentrations continue to rise
Government risks Reef ‘in danger listing with new coral bleaching
Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority closely monitoring reef temperatures
Salmon Industry Scorecard supports sustainable growth
Funding boosts to propel Griffith trio’s research