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Fuel for Thought... The debate regarding rising fuel prices · Big Tony The Plumber is back and shows you how to unclog a sink on PlumbTube · Unclog more than a sink with our PlumbTool of the month, the Speedway Lightweight Electric Hand Jetter... more info»
An experimental decentralized urban treatment system that processes graywater from apartments in an Oslo suburb has consistently produced water pure enough to swim in... more info»
Water restrictions have been eased for Sydney, the Illawarra and the Blue Mountains.
The current level 3 restrictions will be eased to allow vehicle and house washing with a hose fitted with a trigger nozzle from this weekend.
Sydneysiders have saved more than 415 billion litres of water since restrictions were introduced in October 2003.... more info»
The Hoxton Park recycled water scheme, estimated to cost around $70 million, will ultimately supply around 3 billion litres of recycled water a year to new residents and businesses in Sydney’s south west.
Recycled water will be provided to an estimated 13,000 properties for outdoor use and toilet flushing. Recycled water will also be supplied for irrigation of open spaces such as parks and to a number of industrial customers within the scheme... more info»
Well, the results of our global survey are in and we had close to 1,000 responses from our readers, which is a sizeable sample! Firstly, thank you to everyone who took a few minutes out of their busy schedules to complete our survey. We trust that when you read the results you will think it worthy of your time investment... more info»