Life after DAF

Life after DAF

In mid-February, the Bioenergy Association and Bioenergy Australia jointly hosted a webinar where ADI Systems Asia Pacific’s Alzbeta Bouskova explored alternative disposal solutions for DAF sludge.

ADI is a specialist in wastewater treatment and waste to energy systems, with offices in New Zealand, Canada, and Brazil.

Bouskova told attendees that DAF is by far, ahead in the game when it comes to removing solids from wastewater and that it is a “great technology for what it is designed for”. Read more

“Game-changing” street lighting standards will save council millions

The Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia (IPWEA) – the peak body that advises local, state and federal governments on best practice engineering – has released the long-awaited Model LED Lighting Specification and its companion, the Model Public Lighting Controls Specification.

IPWEA CEO Robert Fuller believes the Model Specifications will remove the uncertainty around street lighting procurement, which has resulted in impediments, inefficiencies and cost overruns from poorly drafted and often technically inconsistent specifications.

“These new specifications will be a ‘game-changer’ for accelerating the rollout of LED lighting and smart controls across Australia and New Zealand, helping parties successfully navigate the maze of new lighting technology,” Fuller said. Read more