Australia Water Report 2016 - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports

Australia Water Report 2016

Australia Water Report 2016 - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports
Australia Water Report 2016
Published Oct 24, 2015
40 pages — Published Oct 24, 2015
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Ground water reserves are declining, due to reductions in rainfall and over-extraction. However, there are still some developments over the next few years which will slow the rate of decline. ...Another project is the planned Connors River Dam pr-oject in Queensland. We view direct potable reuse (DPR) as a key development opportunity over the longer term, for both infrastructure and services companies, and benefiting larger users, such as agricultural consumers, by boosting the country s available resources and reducing the conflict between domestic industrial and agricultural consumers for Australia s increasingly limited natural freshwater resources. We therefore expect ground water production to continue to account for just under - of total production through till ----. ...We view direct potable reuse (DPR) as a key development opportunity over the longer term, for both infrastructure and services companies, and benefiting larger users, such as agricultural consumers, by boosting the country s available resources and reducing the conflict between domestic industrial and agricultural consumers for Australia s increasingly limited natural freshwater resources.

...Heavily dependent on surface water, Australia s water market is increasingly looking to recycled water sources as droughts intensify and ground water resources dwindle. While new reservoirs are being constructed, and large wastewater reuse projects are underway, rising demand for water from mains and non mains users puts increasing pressures on limited resources. ...While new reservoirs are being constructed, and large wastewater reuse projects are underway, rising demand for water from mains and non mains users puts increasing pressures on limited resources. Despite the government s ambitious water infrastructure development goals - particularly for desalinated and reclaimed water projects - slow progress suggests that reservoirs and rain water will continue to account for the majority of water produced. BMI views the evolution of a more regimented and coherent water reuse culture as key to Australia s future water security. ...In many places in Australia the reuse of wastewater is unplanned indirect potable reuse (IPR) - such as in Adelaide, where wastewater runs into large river basins and flows downstream and is subsequently re-extracted and distributed to consumers. However planned IPR occurs when water is treated and deliberately released into a storage facility or water source, such as a lake, where it can be contained until it is subsequently extracted and distributed to the consumer, as is the case in

...We have upgraded our growth projections for desalinated water production following the announcement of various new desalination projects, such as that of Australian wastewater firm Osmoflo which has gained a contract to build a new -,--- cubic metre per day seawater reverse osmosis desalination plant. The completion of the Karratha Wastewater System Upgrade Project in Western Australia earlier in ---- will expand wastewater treatment capacity in the region by -.--mn cubic meters a year. ...

  
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