All · Asset Management · Boring · Cable Ploughing · Communications · Education/Research · Energy · Engineering and Design · Events · HDD · Inspection and Condition Assessment · Installation contractor · Marketing · Moling · Pigging Products · Pipe and Conduit · Pipe Bursting · Pipe Lifting/Handling · Publications · Pumps · Rehabilitation and Repair · Rehabilitation contractor · Standards and Guidelines · Stormwater products and services · Tunnelling · Used machines/equipment · Utility Location · Vacuum Excavating · Wastewater · Water · Australia · New Zealand · Pacific Region · WorldwideTue, 10 December 2013 Water utilities across the world face a major funding gap related to underground pipeline infrastructure. Wed, 27 November 2013 Local councils in New South Wales and Victoria have issued tenders for wastewater and stormwater cleaning and rehabilitation services. Tue, 16 July 2013 Wyong Shire and Gosford City Councils are jointly seeking tenders from suitably qualified service providers for the rehabilitation of gravity sewers by utilising Trenchless Technology for a period of four years from 2013–2017. Tue, 16 July 2013 Goulburn Valley Water, with Isle Utilities and nine other Australian Water Utilities, will perform a collaborative trial in Tatura using sound waves to test the condition of sewer pipes. Mon, 3 June 2013 A leading pipeline rehabilitation company is set for major growth with two recent developments. Tue, 14 May 2013 Water Corporation is set to begin a high-tech program in order to better assess the condition of watermains in the Perth CBD, which will help manage asset replacement and upgrades. Tue, 23 April 2013 Wastewater and stormwater renewal work, involving planned pipe bursting, has commenced in Christchurch, New Zealand. Over the past year, Interflow has completed CIPP projects worth over $A10 million lining ovoid sewers in New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia. Trenchless Australasia speaks with industry expert and Sydney Water Principal Civil Engineer Sudipta Basu about the role of Trenchless Technology in Sydney, his predictions for the future of the technology, and his involvement at the ASTT conference. Need assistance locating existing infrastructure on your next no-dig project? PelicanCorp provides software and services that protect essential infrastructure, assisting the work of utilities, asset owners and the project pre-investigation industry. As the business of keeping clear of underground services becomes more crowded, the onus comes on project operators to make sure their tools are performing to the highest standard. This article provides guidance to operators when purchasing equipment, explaining terminology and equipment limitations. Anthony Johnstone from the National Utility Locating Contractors Association Australia and Access Detection speaks about the importance of transmitters and how to select one that best suits your locating needs. Trenchless Australasia spoke with Yarra Valley Water’s David Fox about the utility’s $A2.7 million project to replace a 100-year-old sewer siphon that crosses underneath Melbourne’s Yarra River in Abbotsford by using horizontal directional drilling. Nominations for outstanding trenchless industry people, projects and new technologies for the 2013 ASTT awards will close 31 July 2013 – don’t miss this opportunity to nominate the leaders in our industry. Thu, 14 March 2013 Recent appointment changes have been announced at Water Services Association Australia, MWH Global, Xylem Water Systems, Tenix, the new state-wide Tasmanian water and sewerage corporation, and the Australian Water Association. Tue, 12 March 2013 MidCoast Water is investigating sewer lines in Forster, New South Wales, using a CCTV investigation program. Tue, 5 March 2013 Recently released tenders across New South Wales include renewal of stormwater assets and horizontal drilling and microtunnelling services. Mon, 4 March 2013 Codmah is looking for HDD operators and trackers who have experience on a variety of rigs. Tue, 26 February 2013 Goulburn Valley Water and Barwon Water have awarded long term contracts for sewer rehabilitation. Fri, 22 February 2013 The social events and touring opportunities have been confirmed for the Sydney-based International No-Dig Down Under 2013, and include exhibition opening cocktails, a tour on the beautiful Sydney Harbour and the prestigious ISTT and ASTT Awards Night and Gala dinner at an iconic Sydney location. Tue, 19 February 2013 More than $A20 million will be spent improving water and sewage services for Gloucester, New South Wales, over the next decade. Tue, 19 February 2013 An $AU3.2 million essential upgrade is set to commence in February to replace a key section of flood-damaged pipe on the main water supply pipeline into Bairnsdale. Tue, 19 February 2013 Recently released tenders across New South Wales and Queensland include the supply of pipes, fittings and valves; rehabilitation services including CCTV and relining works; and trenchless installation of pipe under roads and rail. Thu, 14 February 2013 A section of the Envestra-owned Wide Bay Pipeline has been damaged beyond repair from recent flooding, with horizontal directional drilling to be used to install a new section of replacement pipeline. Tue, 12 February 2013 City West Water has utilised sliplining to undertake vital watermain renewal works in Richmond, Melbourne.