Barwon Water recently started trialling the solution at 15 locations along the Lorne foreshore to ease the threat of blockages and overflows in the popular seaside town.Read More
Summer is a busy time for Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula, with thousands of visitors flocking to the popular seaside towns between Rye and Portsea throughout December and January. The roll-out of OneBox®-controlled pressure sewer systems as part of the Peninsula ECO project in the region is not only creating cleaner groundwater, …Read More
2019 has been a great year for our team. We’ve launched new products, expanded our business to reach Southeast Asia and Europe, and made an impact in Fiji and Indonesia by helping to develop safe sanitation systems for informal settlements – just to name a few activities.
Thanks for putting your trust in Iota and from the whole team, …
Great to see South East Water and Villawood Properties’ Aquarevo development featured on Destination Happiness last week. The segment highlighted the water and energy saving initiatives at the development that are powered by OneBox® and TankTalk® and are designed to reduce drinking water usage by up to 70 per cent – that’s the equivalent of 1.2 million showers. …Read More
Congratulations to Melbourne Water for taking home the Stormwater Victoria award for their ‘Enhancing our Dandenong Creek’ project at last week’s Stormwater Victoria 2019 Awards for Excellence. The project aims to improve amenity and liveability, reduce stormwater pollution, create habitats for native fish and manage the impact of non-compliant wet weather sewage outflows into the creek. …Read More
Introducing the newest member to the Iota Marketing team, Ashlea Elias.
Ashlea joined us as Marketing Manager in October 2019. Ashlea brings 10 years’ experience as an all-round Marketer in roles across both the B2B and B2C customer space. Starting her career with BMW Finance, Ashlea then moved on to Mobil to apply her skills to the oil industry. …
We’re thrilled to announce our Advanced BlokAid® solution is now available commercially for water and wastewater organisations around Australia, New Zealand and beyond.
Developed and proven by South East Water, Advanced BlokAid® is an IoT-enabled device designed to help utilities monitor the health of a gravity sewer network. …
Our Business Development Director Jason Morris is at Australian Water Association’s QWater conference in sunny Queensland this week. This year’s conference theme, the ‘SDGs in Our Own Backyard’, involves looking at how the water industry in Queensland can take action. It’s a great opportunity to speak with Queensland’s utilities about how some of our solutions are contributing to the SDGs, …Read More
Happy #WorldToiletDay! You might not think about it often, but having access to a toilet provides dignity, opens up opportunities, and most importantly, saves lives. Unfortunately there are 4.2 billion people in the world living without safely managed sanitation. Not only are they at a higher risk of contracting infections, but they also face huge social, …Read More
The RISE program recently celebrated the opening of Batua, the first Indonesian settlement that has been upgraded with sustainable water and sanitation infrastructure. Congratulations to all the program partners on this great milestone. …Read More
Our GM Daniel Sullivan and Technical Director Eamon Casey attended the Vietwater conference in Ho Chi Minh last week with the Australian Water Association’s Australian delegation. The conference was a great opportunity to learn about the water industry in the region. We were able to share information with key industry representatives on how solutions such as OneBox® could be used in places like Vietnam to manage flooding impacts and improve wastewater collection and distribution. …Read More
Together with South East Water and CJ Arms, we’ve successfully trialled a low energy wastewater collection and treatment solution using reedbed technology. Combining this technology with solar power means that we can take wastewater treatment off both the sewer and the energy grids – ideal for developing communities where access to electricity is a challenge. …Read More