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Find out how Advanced BlokAid® keeps Mornington Peninsula beautiful

Our Advanced BlokAid® solution can monitor sewer levels, derive flow and detect H2S gases. Find out how this IoT-enabled solution, invented and proven by South East Water, is helping to keep the Mornington Peninsula’s beautiful beaches clean by detecting sewer blockages before they become an issue.
Get in touch with us if you’d like to know more about how we can support you in protecting your wastewater network. …

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Daniel Sullivan presented at ‘Where the Waters Meet’ Conference in Hobart

Iota Services General Manager and AWA Director, Daniel Sullivan presented at the Australian Water Association Tasmania ‘Where the Waters Meet’ Conference in Hobart yesterday on South East Water’s #aquarevo development. With residents now starting to move in to the development, he shared insights on how we are bringing integrated water management to life at residential level through technology, …

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Looking forward to ‘Where the Waters Meet’ conference

Knowledge sharing and collaboration are both very important to us at Iota. We’re looking forward to Australian Water Association’s upcoming ‘Where the Waters Meet’ conference and members-only breakfast on 31 July in Hobart, Tasmania where Iota’s General Manager Daniel Sullivan will be presenting at the event. …

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Jason Morris is on-site with Melbourne Water installing Advanced BlokAid®

Our Business Development Director Jason Morris is out on site with SFP joint venture with Melbourne Water installing an Advanced BlokAid®. The device will help monitor flow in the sewer so they can effectively plan the replacement of a sewer main. For more information on Advanced BlokAid®, …

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Iota’s OneBox® helps protect mature native forests in the Dandenong Ranges

How do you undergo a major sewer upgrade in an environmentally sensitive area like the Dandenong Ranges? Iota Services and Yarra Valley Water are working together to upgrade the ageing septic system in the region with Iota’s patented OneBox® pressure sewers.
Read about how the Yarra Ranges Community Sewerage Scheme is protecting mature native forests in the Dandenong Ranges and delivering a better sewerage network for residents. …

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