Melbourne Water is using artificial intelligence and machine learning in a unique approach to driving down electricity use in its water treatment operations.
Warmer and drier than average conditions during autumn have seen Melbourne’s water storage levels continue their downward trend.
Melbourne Water is trialling the use of cutting edge technology to help monitor condition of more than 400kms of sewerage mains across Melbourne.
The Ministers for Water, Planning and Environment today launched the community vision for the Yarra River and its four reaches at the new Finns Reserve recreational boating facility in
Melbourne Water has signed agreements with two joint ventures to construct critical water and sewerage assets, after a rigorous process with a focus on social procurement.
Melbourne Water is trailing new internet of things technology as a replacement to existing radio transmitters used to relay data from its network of rain gauges.
Residents and representatives from community groups are being encouraged to help shape the redesign of a section of Blind Creek in Boronia, which is being rehabilitated by Melbourne Water.
World leading virtual reality technology developed by Melbourne Water and Deakin University will be showcased at a special Melbourne Knowledge Week event this Thursday May 10.