Rheem has launched a new e-mentoring pilot program for plumbers and gasfitters.
Rheem Australia is calling for mentors in the plumbing and gas fitting industries for a new pilot e-mentoring initiative developed in partnership with Campbell Page, one of Australia’s leading not-for-profit community services organisations
COUNTERFEIT COPIES of the Master Plumbers Network Flat Rate Pricing System have been retrieved from Mr H2O Plumbing Sydney. Anyone with information regarding the circulation of these counterfeit manuals, or if you believe you may have been sold a counterfeit copy, please contact the number listed
At the Global Water Summit 2011 in Berlin Sydney’s desalination project was named desalination plant of the year. The Global Water Awards, held 18 April, recognise the most important achievements in the water industry. Sydney Water Managing Director Kerry Schott said Sydney’s desalination project won the award because it was delivered on time, $89 million
Sydney Water announced it has completed a $1.2 million upgrade of a major sewerage pipe in Ultimo. Sydney Water Managing Director Kerry Schott said this work is part of Sydney Water’s $560 million SewerFix program to improve the sewer system and to protect public health and the environment. “The upgrade means a brick pipe, which
A $3 million wastewater improvement project due to start next week will ensure the wetlands in Mason Park, Homebush will be protected for future generations. Sydney Water Managing Director Kerry Schott said the project was part of Sydney Water’s $560 million SewerFix program to improve the wastewater system and protect public health and the environment
Sydney Water has completed construction of a 40 million litre drinking water reservoir on Cudgegong Road, Rouse Hill. Sydney Water Managing Director Kerry Schott said this new $12 million reservoir is part of new water and sewerage infrastructure to support development in the North West Growth Centre. “The reservoir is made of steel on a
A Chicago plumbing inspector described by a prosecutor as a “major league bribe taker” has been sentenced to 41 months in prison, making him the most recent city employee imprisoned as part of Operation Crooked Code
Sydney’s Desalination Project has won the Government Partnership Excellence Award at
Infrastructure Partnerships Australia’s National Infrastructure Awards, held in Sydney last night.
NSW Minister for Water, Phil Costa said the award was evidence of the success of the NSW
Government working with the private sector to deliver infrastructure
There have been many acclaimed career-changes over the years.
Danish Plumbing teacher Benny Wielandt, who won the 2008 WPC Lecturers’/Trainers’ Scholarship, has now submitted the report of his Scholarship visit to Thailand which he made in August 2009
– Sydney’s Desalination plant is switched on. See behind the scenes in PlumbTube
– Water Quality is the focus of this months’ PlumbTool and PlumbBook
– Major website changes on the way for MasterPlumbers.com
With over 80% of the population accessing the internet, having an online presence is essential for any business irrespective of its size. People are increasingly using the internet to access its broad range of resources, from the purely recreational to practical services such as online banking, shopping and product research
The 36th International Symposium of CIB W062 on Water Supply and Drainage for Buildings will be held from 8-10 November in Sydney, Australia
The 2010 Plumbing Supply Forum lived up to its reputation as the ‘meeting place’ for Australasian plumbing manufacturers and merchants
Geberit has big plans for their Asia Pacific operation. Jonathan Jackson spoke with Geberit Asia Pacific CEO Michael Schumacher about market penetration, education and the new Shanghai head office
With the theme “Better City, Better Life”, the biggest World Expo in the history ever, is currently taking place in Shanghai, China. The Expo began 1 May and will finish 31 October and will host approximately 70 million people
The new Geberit Asia Pacific headquarters opened in style on 27 May, 2010 with a full Chinese ceremony and a great deal of hope for the future in this burgeoning region
Two years ago, scientists from around the world predicted that China would be leading the way in ‘toilet-to-tap” technology. Under the guidance of Professor Siqingia of Tongji University, those predictions have come true. Jonathan Jackson spoke with Professoria about the implementation of the technology and further research
The Keneally Government is working with Wollondilly Council to progress new water and
wastewater infrastructure for Bargo residents and for new developments in Wollondilly
Member for Heathcote and Minister for the Illawarra, Paul McLeay and Member for Menai, Alison Megarrity flicked the switch on the Woronora hydro-electric generator today.
Mr McLeay said renewable energy generation is a key part of the NSW Government’s commitment to become carbon neutral for energy use by 2020