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More camping spots in national parks to open
Final planning accelerates for Emu Swamp Dam
Moderate summer harmful algal bloom predicted for western Lake Erie
COVID Works for Queensland projects to create 60 Gladstone jobs
Major investment in safe drinking water
Community wins big with $2 million COVID funding
Efficient waste water treatment processes can help reduce pharmaceutical load released into environment
Coal Authority upgrades vital mine water treatment scheme in Scotland
SARS-CoV-2 detected in waste waters in Barcelona on March 12, 2019
New gold nanoparticle purifies water of difficult pollutants
Chasing COVID-19: CSIRO scientists find fast, cheaper way to find outbreaks in our wastewater
Draft 2020/21 Budget and Operational Plan on exhibition from tomorrow
Construction begins soon on Wodonga solar farm
Bringing buildings back to life in a COVID-19 World
Tamworth pipeline approval to get water flowing
Solar farms power emissions reductions
Regional Queensland shares in $16 million for resilient infrastructure
New building to strike right chemistry for scientists
Legionnaires’ Disease reminder for metropolitan Perth
Police seek information after body dumped in Mt Cottrell in 2015
Researchers design a more efficient and affordable desalination process
Aluminum may affect lead levels in drinking water
Major study reveals substantial quantities of tyre particles contaminating our rivers and ocean
Tyre particles are contaminating our rivers and ocean, study says
Multi-million pound flood scheme in Rochdale and Littleborough given green light
Researchers aim to find out whether wastewater gives early warning of COVID-19 cases in communities
Maryborough Outdoor Pool improvement works
Aluminum may affect lead levels in drinking water
Parking changes on Vaughan Street to accommodate COVID-19 GP Respiratory Clinic at Princess Park Clinic
Phoslock improves water quality with science-based solution
NIST Identifies Critical Needs for Improved Plumbing
Indigenous Services Canada providing direct air transportation with strict
Beat boredom with seven new Townsville tours
Minimum energy requirements for microbial communities to live predicted
UNICEF provides immediate assistance to children hit by floods in Democratic Republic of Congo’s South Kivu
Water-splitting module a source of perpetual energy
Largest amount of microplastics found on ocean floor
Scientists find highest ever level of microplastics on seafloor
Digital transformation flows into success for water company in China
Cooby, Cressbrook Dams remain closed despite easing restrictions, Perseverance to re-open
Flooding and water management a growing challenge, academics warn policymakers
State of National Emergency extended 28 April
Rice engineers: Make wastewater drinkable again
GISERA examines hydraulic fracturing impacts on air quality, soils, groundwater and waterways
Researchers look to ‘trap and zap’ coronavirus
State of National Emergency extended
New report on river ecological quality in Barcelona area gets published
Monitoring bores being installed in Guyra