A new study examining the impacts of water recovery in the southern Murray-Darling Basin has found both buybacks and on-farm efficiency programs result in higher prices. ABARES Executive Director Dr Steve Hatfield-Dodds said the study separates the effects of water recovery on water allocation prices from seasonal variations in water supply and expanding perennial crops. … Continue reading No easy options for MDB water recovery
The latest Water Market Outlook report from the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES) indicates that water allocation prices in the southern Murray-Darling are likely to fall in 2020–21. ABARES executive director, Dr Steve Hatfield-Dodds said water prices at the start of 2019–20 were high compared to the historical average. “This … Continue reading Water allocation prices likely to fall across the southern Murray-Darling Basin
The latest Water Market Outlook report from the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES) indicates that water allocation prices in the southern Murray-Darling are likely to remain high in 2020-21. “In 2019, rainfall in the Murray-Darling Basin was the lowest on record. These dry conditions have resulted in water allocations in … Continue reading Water allocation prices likely to remain high
The Coalition Government has today released terms of reference for the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s (ACCC) inquiry into the Murray Darling Basin water market. The inquiry, which delivers on a Coalition Government election promise, will look at options to improve the transparency and efficiency of the water market. It will also examine changes in … Continue reading Terms of reference released for Murray Darling Basin water market
Introducing Aqualove, a new alkaline and eco-friendly water product to meet the growing demand for products that assist with neutralising the body’s PH balance.
The global water technology company, focused on addressing the world’s most challenging water issues, will host the training day on September 21.
Veolia has secured a three-year deal with Farm Waste Recovery (FWR), part of the Industry Waste Recovery (IWR) group.
Aqualove, a new alkaline and eco-friendly water product intended to meet the growing demand for products that assist with neutralising the body’s PH balance has been released.
Thermo Scientific Orion and Thermo Scientific AquaSensors products are well-known around the world for excellence in water and liquid analysis in laboratory, R&D, government compliance, pharmaceutical, drinking water, wastewater treatment, food and beverage manufacturing, environmental, power generation, and general industrial processing markets. The Orion and AquaSensors product lines include a full range of liquid sensing … Continue reading Water analysis sensors for food makers
Icelandic Glacial is the premium natural spring water, bottled at the source from Iceland’s legendary Ölfus Spring,
Wakool Shire Council has successfully used advanced ultrafiltration technology to deliver a high standard outcome for its district.
There is a growing demand for fruit and vegetables across the Western world, thanks to increased awareness of their nutritional and health benefits. But we’ve always been taught they might not be safe to eat straight out of the supermarket, and they have to be washed first. Is this the case? And what might happen if we don’t?
The Gates Terminator hose can be used in all types of wash-down applications such as meat (abattoirs) and poultry processing plants as well as general food manufacturing facilities.
Coca-Cola South Pacific has announced the launch of two new dynamic products, which are aimed at providing consumers with new and enhanced choices in the water category.
Rubbermaid’s HYGEN Microfibre is an innovative microfibre cleaning system proven to remove 99.9 per cent of microbes, including C. diff, a bacteria that can cause illness and infection.
Built to last with a replaceable white EPDM rubber grip, the heavy-duty hose nozzles from Tecpro Australia are designed to take all the knocks and shocks of everyday food and beverage manufacturing.
The increase in the world’s population has led to challenges in maintaining a balanced diet in both the developed and the developing world. More than two billion people worldwide suffer from “hidden hunger” or micronutrient deficiency.
A ‘zero water’ factory in Mexico, a UK confectionery factory that turns waste into renewable energy are just two examples of the kind of work that has helped Nestlé achieve an industry leading score of 99 out of 100 in the ‘Environmental Dimension’ of the 2015 Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI).