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0830 - 1000 1000 - 1045 Stream 1 Stream 2 Stream 3 Stream 4 Stream 5 Stream 6 Stream 7 Stream 8 Stream 9 Excellence in Operations & Asset Management Excellence in Operations & Asset Management Community Health & Wellbeing Trends & Opportunities in Governance Policy, Regulation & Structure Working with Customers Global Perspectives Network Optimisation Demand Management Managing Public Health in the Regions Trends in Governance and Policy Development in a Changing World Enhancing Customer Experience Through Transformation Achieving SDGs Pitch Presentation 1 Pitch Presentation 7 Pitch Presentation 13 Pitch Presentation 19 Pitch Presentation 25 Pitch Presentation 31 330 - WESTERN ADELAIDE WASTEWATER NETWORK UPGRADE: THE ISSUES FACING LARGE SEWER PROJECTS WITHIN A CAPITAL CITY 194 - THE USE OF SYNTHETIC WEATHER GENERATION MODELLING TO QUANTIFY THE IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON SHORT TO MEDIUM TERM WATER DEMAND FORECASTS. 307 - IMPROVING DRINKING WATER MANAGEMENT IN WALCHA NEW SOUTH WALES SUPPORTED BY REGULATION 126 - GYMPIE REGION WATER BUSINESS UNIT JOURNEY TO 2020 309 - ASSESSING ORGANISATIONAL MATURITY TO REALISE AND SUSTAIN TRADE WASTE CUSTOMER SOLUTIONS 484 - TIPOTAPP - CUSTOM BUSINESS APPS MADE EASY John Skirrow Frank Spaninks, Sydney Water Tess Dawson, Walcha Council Sayed Khan Libby Vojin, SA Water Peter Wojciechowski WSP Adrian Barker, UNSW Tasleem Hasan, Viridis Consultants Gympie Regional Council Lachlan McInnes, Nova Systems Collab IT Systems 78 313 158 ACCENT SPEAKER 59 192 DEVELOPMENT AND PILOT OF WATER MAIN THIRD PARTY CONSEQUENCE MODEL ONLINE PLANNING TOOL FOR SUSTAINABLE WATER DEMAND MANAGEMENT COLLABORATIVE IMPLEMENTATION OF DRINKING WATER MANAGEMENT PLANS THROUGH WATER QUALITY COMMITTEE MEETINGS HOW THE B CORP MOVEMENT IS REDEFINGING SUCCESS IN BUSINESS WATER UTILITIES MUST VIEW TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION THROUGH A BUSINESS LENS ONE SIZE DOESN’T FIT ALL: SCALING WATER SOLUTIONS TO ACHIEVE THE GLOBAL SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS Duncan Sinclair, South East Water Marion Derochet, Mott MacDonald Lisa Procter Monica Bradley Stuart Hartley Shona Fitzgerald David Kelly, Jacobs Nasrine Tomasi, Mott MacDonald Hunterh2o B Lab Australia EY Sydney Water 258 424 255 193 189 227 THE SMELL OF SUCCESS - ROSNY SEWER NETWORK ODOUR CONTROL OPTIMISATION IMPROVING UNDERSTANDING OF WATER DEMAND DRIVERS AND THE IMPLICATIONS FOR MEDIUM AND LONG- TERM FORECASTING UNDERSTANDING AND OPTIMISING DISINFECTION PERFORMANCE IN A WATER SUPPLY NETWORK – CASE STUDY OF THE GLADSTONE REGIONAL COUNCIL’S THREE SCHEME NETWORK STRATEGIC THINKING – SCENARIO PLANNING FOR AN UNCERTAIN FUTURE SYDNEY WATER’S CUSTOMER HUB: TOWARDS AN ENHANCED CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE BRIDGING THE GAP: BUILDING HUMAN RESOURCE CAPACITY IN CAMBODIA FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN WASH SECTOR James Benham Russell Beatty Roger Crozier, Stantec Marcia Dawson, Sydney Water Darren Cash Fatima Shehata TasWater HARC Neels Kloppers, Gladstone Regional Council Magnus Moglia, CSIRO Sydney Water Engineers without Borders Australia 11 135 406 476 471 CALCULATION OF ECONOMIC LEVEL OF LEAKAGE FOR UNITYWATER’S WATER SUPPLY NETWORK ENHANCEMENTS AND VALIDATION OF A DEMAND FORECAST TOOL FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIA WATER CORPORATION SUSTAINED IMPROVEMENT IN WATER QUALITY THROUGH APPLYING A PREVENTIVE RISK MANAGEMENT APPROACH DISRUPTORS AND MEGATRENDS; IDENTIFYING EXTERNAL FACTORS FOR THE MELBOURNE SEWERAGE STRATEGY 2018 MELBOURNE WATER DIGITAL CUSTOMER TRANSFORMATION Ken Goraya Alana Duncker Sandy Leask Simon Fane, Institute for Sustainable Futures UTS Lee Quach, Melbourne Water Unitywater Stantec NSW Health Laura Prickett, Yarra Valley Water Bree Webster, Melbourne Water Pitch Presentation 2 Pitch Presentation 8 Pitch Presentation 14 Pitch Presentation 20 Pitch Presentation 26 204 - RAPID OPTIMISATION OF A WET- TO ALL- WEATHER PUMP STATION CONVERSION USING CFD MODELLING 65 - EUROPEAN TECHNOLOGY PROVIDES LOWEST AERATION SYSTEM LIFECYCLE COST 239 - A REVISED VICTORIAN CODE OF PRACTICE FOR FLUORIDATION OF DRINKING WATER SUPPLIES 290 - A RESILIENT WATER FUTURE FOR THE LOWER HUNTER REGION 68 - MURRAY IRRIGATION - MODERNISING THE SOUTHERN RIVERINA Eric Lemont Michael Jakob Gwynneth Rice Emma Berry Michael Renehan AECOM Parkson Beca Hunter Water Murray Irrigation 1215 - 1315 Product Pitch Presentation Technical Presentation Poster Pitch Presentation Case study Presentation TUESDAY, 8 MAY 2018 OPENING CEREMONY | KEYNOTE ADDRESS MORNING TEA The Water and Carbon Group Presents: WWTP SLUDGE CONVERSION FROM A WASTE PRODUCT TO A BENEFICIAL BIOSOLID - GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES, QLD TRIALS, LEGISLATION AND FUTURE USES Water Leaders Forum (Invite Only) Workshop / Panel One Emerging Water Leaders Proudly Sponsored by: Session in development LUNCH * Correct at time of publication 13/03/2018 1045 - 1215 Proudly Sponsored by: WATER: COST VS VALUE

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Page 1: TUESDAY, 8 MAY 2018 Program.pdfPitch Presentation 4 Pitch Presentation 10 Pitch Presentation 16 Pitch Presentation 22 Pitch Presentation 28 Pitch Presentation 33 275 - DETERMINING

0830 - 1000

1000 - 1045

Stream 1 Stream 2 Stream 3 Stream 4 Stream 5 Stream 6 Stream 7 Stream 8 Stream 9

Excellence in Operations

& Asset Management

Excellence in Operations

& Asset ManagementCommunity Health & Wellbeing

Trends & Opportunities in Governance

Policy, Regulation & StructureWorking with Customers Global Perspectives

Network Optimisation Demand Management Managing Public Health in the RegionsTrends in Governance and Policy

Development in a Changing World

Enhancing Customer Experience Through

TransformationAchieving SDGs

Pitch Presentation 1 Pitch Presentation 7 Pitch Presentation 13 Pitch Presentation 19 Pitch Presentation 25 Pitch Presentation 31

330 - WESTERN ADELAIDE WASTEWATER

NETWORK UPGRADE: THE ISSUES FACING

LARGE SEWER PROJECTS WITHIN A CAPITAL

CITY

194 - THE USE OF SYNTHETIC WEATHER

GENERATION MODELLING TO QUANTIFY THE

IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON SHORT TO

MEDIUM TERM WATER DEMAND FORECASTS.

307 - IMPROVING DRINKING WATER

MANAGEMENT IN WALCHA NEW SOUTH

WALES SUPPORTED BY REGULATION

126 - GYMPIE REGION WATER BUSINESS UNIT

JOURNEY TO 2020

309 - ASSESSING ORGANISATIONAL MATURITY

TO REALISE AND SUSTAIN TRADE WASTE

CUSTOMER SOLUTIONS

484 - TIPOTAPP - CUSTOM BUSINESS APPS

MADE EASY

John Skirrow Frank Spaninks, Sydney Water Tess Dawson, Walcha Council Sayed Khan Libby Vojin, SA Water Peter Wojciechowski

WSP Adrian Barker, UNSW Tasleem Hasan, Viridis Consultants Gympie Regional Council Lachlan McInnes, Nova Systems Collab IT Systems

78 313 158 ACCENT SPEAKER 59 192

DEVELOPMENT AND PILOT OF WATER

MAIN THIRD PARTY CONSEQUENCE

MODEL

ONLINE PLANNING TOOL FOR

SUSTAINABLE WATER DEMAND

MANAGEMENT

COLLABORATIVE IMPLEMENTATION OF

DRINKING WATER MANAGEMENT PLANS

THROUGH WATER QUALITY COMMITTEE

MEETINGS

HOW THE B CORP MOVEMENT IS

REDEFINGING SUCCESS IN BUSINESS

WATER UTILITIES MUST VIEW

TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION THROUGH A

BUSINESS LENS

ONE SIZE DOESN’T FIT ALL: SCALING

WATER SOLUTIONS TO ACHIEVE THE

GLOBAL SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

GOALS

Duncan Sinclair, South East Water Marion Derochet, Mott MacDonald Lisa Procter Monica Bradley Stuart Hartley Shona Fitzgerald

David Kelly, Jacobs Nasrine Tomasi, Mott MacDonald Hunterh2o B Lab Australia EY Sydney Water

258 424 255 193 189 227

THE SMELL OF SUCCESS - ROSNY SEWER

NETWORK ODOUR CONTROL

OPTIMISATION

IMPROVING UNDERSTANDING OF WATER

DEMAND DRIVERS AND THE

IMPLICATIONS FOR MEDIUM AND LONG-

TERM FORECASTING

UNDERSTANDING AND OPTIMISING

DISINFECTION PERFORMANCE IN A

WATER SUPPLY NETWORK – CASE STUDY

OF THE GLADSTONE REGIONAL

COUNCIL’S THREE SCHEME NETWORK

STRATEGIC THINKING – SCENARIO

PLANNING FOR AN UNCERTAIN FUTURE

SYDNEY WATER’S CUSTOMER HUB:

TOWARDS AN ENHANCED CUSTOMER

EXPERIENCE

BRIDGING THE GAP: BUILDING HUMAN

RESOURCE CAPACITY IN CAMBODIA FOR

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN WASH

SECTOR

James Benham Russell Beatty Roger Crozier, Stantec Marcia Dawson, Sydney Water Darren Cash Fatima Shehata

TasWater HARCNeels Kloppers, Gladstone Regional

CouncilMagnus Moglia, CSIRO Sydney Water Engineers without Borders Australia

11 135 406 476 471

CALCULATION OF ECONOMIC LEVEL OF

LEAKAGE FOR UNITYWATER’S WATER

SUPPLY NETWORK

ENHANCEMENTS AND VALIDATION OF A

DEMAND FORECAST TOOL FOR SOUTH

AUSTRALIA WATER CORPORATION

SUSTAINED IMPROVEMENT IN WATER

QUALITY THROUGH APPLYING A

PREVENTIVE RISK MANAGEMENT

APPROACH

DISRUPTORS AND MEGATRENDS;

IDENTIFYING EXTERNAL FACTORS FOR

THE MELBOURNE SEWERAGE STRATEGY

2018

MELBOURNE WATER DIGITAL CUSTOMER

TRANSFORMATION

Ken Goraya Alana Duncker Sandy LeaskSimon Fane, Institute for Sustainable

Futures UTSLee Quach, Melbourne Water

Unitywater Stantec NSW Health Laura Prickett, Yarra Valley Water Bree Webster, Melbourne Water

Pitch Presentation 2 Pitch Presentation 8 Pitch Presentation 14 Pitch Presentation 20 Pitch Presentation 26

204 - RAPID OPTIMISATION OF A WET- TO ALL-

WEATHER PUMP STATION CONVERSION USING

CFD MODELLING

65 - EUROPEAN TECHNOLOGY PROVIDES

LOWEST AERATION SYSTEM LIFECYCLE COST

239 - A REVISED VICTORIAN CODE OF PRACTICE

FOR FLUORIDATION OF DRINKING WATER

SUPPLIES

290 - A RESILIENT WATER FUTURE FOR THE

LOWER HUNTER REGION

68 - MURRAY IRRIGATION - MODERNISING THE

SOUTHERN RIVERINA

Eric Lemont Michael Jakob Gwynneth Rice Emma Berry Michael Renehan

AECOM Parkson Beca Hunter Water Murray Irrigation

1215 - 1315

Product Pitch Presentation Technical Presentation

Poster Pitch Presentation Case study Presentation

TUESDAY, 8 MAY 2018

OPENING CEREMONY | KEYNOTE ADDRESS

MORNING TEA

The Water and

Carbon Group

Presents:

WWTP SLUDGE

CONVERSION FROM

A WASTE PRODUCT

TO A BENEFICIAL

BIOSOLID - GLOBAL

PERSPECTIVES, QLD

TRIALS,

LEGISLATION AND

FUTURE USES

Water Leaders Forum

(Invite Only)

Workshop / Panel

OneEmerging Water Leaders

Proudly Sponsored

by:

Session in development

LUNCH

* Correct at time of publication 13/03/2018

1045 - 1215

Proudly Sponsored by:

WATER: COST VS VALUE

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Excellence in Operations

& Asset Management

Excellence in Operations

& Asset ManagementCommunity Health & Wellbeing

Trends & Opportunities in Governance

Policy, Regulation & StructureWorking with Customers Global Perspectives

Water Network

MonitoringIntegrated & Strategic Planning Securing Public Health

IWCM: How do we pay for it & how do we

regulate it?

What does it mean to be Customer

Centric?

International Experience of Innovative

Investment

Pitch Presentation 3 Pitch Presentation 9 Pitch Presentation 15 Pitch Presentation 21 Pitch Presentation 27 Pitch Presentation 32

342 - WHO'S WORKING ON YOUR PIPES? THE

EVOLUTION OF NETWORK ACCESS

38 - HOSTALEN PP H2483 – A POLYPROPYLENE

COPOLYMER WITH EXCEPTIONAL

MECHANICHAL PROPERTIES BALANCE BY HMC

POLYMERS

402 - RESERVOIR MANAGEMENT - IT'S ALL

ABOUT THE LITTLE THINGS

319 - NEW ZEALAND VERSUS AUSTRALIA! A

WATER CONSUMER COMPARISON

80 - PROMISING TO DELIVER TO OUR

CUSTOMERS’ EXPECTATIONS… AND WHAT WE

DO WHEN WE DON'T.

349 - NUTRIENT REMOVAL SEWAGE

TREATMENT IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES –

BETTERING PUBLIC HEALTH AND THE

ENVIRONMENT IN MANILA

Igor Jungic Dr. Andreas Neumann Leah Sertorio Myles Rogerson Helen Spencer Brett Eaton

Queensland Urban Utilities HMC Polymers Queensland Urban Utilities Arup SA Water Cardno

75 ACCENT SPEAKER 260 229 152 408

ADELAIDE CBD SMART WATER NETWORK WILL WASTEWATER BE THE NEW BLACK?

A VISUAL TOOL COMBINING BEST

PRACTICE OPERATIONS AND HEALTH

BASED TARGETS

HOW IS THE WATER SECTOR SUPPORTING

AND CREATING SUSTAINABLE

COMMUNITIES?

PERSONALISED & EMPATHETIC

CUSTOMER MANAGEMENT - WHAT

AUSTRALIAN WATER SECTOR CAN LEARN

FROM GLOBAL EXPERIENCE

ASSESSING THE LONG TERM INVESTMENT

NEEDS OF THE UK WATER INDUSTRY - ARE

WE DOING ENOUGH?

Peter Seltsikas, SA Water Prof Pascal Perez Steve Westgate, TasWater Kevin Werksman Cassandra Hogan George Heywood

Dr Helen Edmonds, SA WaterSMART Infrastructure Facility, University

of WollongongMatthew Robertson, TasWater EY KPMG Servelec Technologies

144 335 325 413 382 118

AN INNOVATIVE WATER CONTROL ROOM

FOR THE GOULBURN BROKEN

CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

PLANNING MELBOURNE WATER’S WATER,

WASTEWATER AND STORMWATER

NETWORKS FOR THE NEXT 50 YEARS

PRACTICAL MONITORING AND

AUTOMATED REPORTING ON HEALTH

BASED TARGETS (HBT)

SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND BIG DATA

REVEALS ECONOMIC EFFICIENCY OF

SOLUTIONS AT MULTIPLE SCALES

YARRA VALLEY WATER CITIZENS’ JURY

INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION TO

EVALUATE THE COSTS AND BENEFITS OF

WATER INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENTS

IN THE PHILIPPINES

Brian Jackson Andy Chan, Melbourne Water Phil Wootton Professor Peter Coombes David Snadden Nick Clarke

Water Technology Ryan Brotchie, GHD Allwater Urban Watercycle Solutions Yarra Valley Water Aither

162 180 251 358 241 321

EYES IN THE NETWORK – HOW THE

‘HYDRANT INSERTION DEVICE’ ENABLES

GREATER REALTIME MONITORING

EFFECTIVE RENEWALS PLANNING

PROCESS WITH ROBUST INVESTMENT

PLANNING FOR TREATMENT OPERATING

ASSETS IN SYDNEY WATER

ATP. A TOOL FOR THE RAPID EVALUATION

OF WATER QUALITY

THE PERILS AND PITFALLS OF INTEGRATED

WATER MANAGEMENT PLANNING IN

VICTORIA’S NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT

AND INNOVATION CLUSTERS

#CUSTOMERSFIRST: A LOVE STORY

REDUCING WASTEWATER OVERFLOWS: A

PRAGMATIC APPROACH TO OPITMISE

CAPITAL INVESTMENT IN CHRISTCHURCH

Asoka Jayaratne Nandu Marathe, Sydney Water Benjamin Deeley Simon Roberts Sophea Eng Joel Wilson, WCS Engineering

Yarra Valley Water Konrad Kempe, Sydney Water TasWater E2Designlab City West Water Bridget O’Brien, Christchurch City Council

368 139 153 324 259 256

ONLINE WATER QUALITY MONITORING

AND INSTRUMENTS – THE VOICE OF

EXPERIENCE

BRINGING OUR ASSET MANAGEMENT

PLANS INTO THE MAINSTREAM

HAVELOCK NORTH WATER SUPPLY 2016

OUTBREAK

EFFECTS BASED ASSESSMENT

FRAMEWORK FOR MANAGEMENT OF

WET WEATHER SEWER OVERFLOWS

TASWATER'S APPROACH TO PUTTING

CUSTOMERS AT THE HEART OF OUR LONG

TERM STRATEGIC PLAN

AN INNOVATION FRAMEWORK FOR THE

PHILIPPINE WATER MARKET

Prof. Chris Chow Aneurin Hughes Andrew Watson Frances Rutledge Eamon Sullivan Monica Bennett, Isle Utilities

School of Natural and Built Environments -

University of South AustraliaLogan Water Infrastructure Alliance Beca Hunter Water TasWater Yang Villa, Isle Utilities

Pitch Presentation 4 Pitch Presentation 10 Pitch Presentation 16 Pitch Presentation 22 Pitch Presentation 28 Pitch Presentation 33

275 - DETERMINING POPULATION NUMBERS

TO UPDATE DRINKING WATER QUALITY

SAMPLING PROGRAMS

190 - INTEGRATED WASTEWATER SERVICING

OVER THREE CATCHMENTS, SYDNEY,

AUSTRALIA

403 - CHARACTERISATION OF NANOMATERIALS

IN COMPLEX MATRICIES AT

ENVIRONMENTALLY RELEVANT

CONCENTRATIONS BY SINGLE-PARTICLE ICP-MS

163 - COMPREHENSIVE ESTUARY MODELLING

FOR INTEGRATED PLANNING, MANAGEMENT

AND REGULATION OF FIVE WASTEWATER

TREATMENT PLANTS

332 - MACKAY SMART SEWERS240 - INTRODUCING A WATER INNOVATION

STRATEGY: A CHANGE THAT ADDS VALUE

Carlota Rodriguez Django Seccombe, Sydney Water Asa Jamting Zoe Rogers Kylie Rogers Bronwen Sharples

City West Water Phil Von Huben, ENSure Joint Venture National Measurement Institute Hunter Water Corporation Mackay Regional Council TasWater

1515 - 1600

Product Pitch Presentation Technical Presentation

Poster Pitch Presentation Case study Presentation

Emerging Water Leaders

1315 - 1515

Yarra Valley Water

Presents:

YOU ARE WHAT

YOU BUY -

OPTIMISING SOCIAL

VALUE THROUGH

OUR SUPPLY CHAIN

Workshop / Panel

Three

Workshop / Panel

Two

Australian Water

Association's Asset

Management

Specialist Network

Presents:

ORGANISATIONAL

SUCCESS AND

CUSTOMER

OUTCOMES

THROUGH A

STRONG ASSET

MANAGEMENT

CULTURE

Proudly Sponsored by:

WATER: COST VS VALUE

AFTERNOON TEA

* Correct at time of publication 13/03/2018

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1515 - 1600

Excellence in Operations

& Asset Management

Excellence in Operations

& Asset ManagementCommunity Health & Wellbeing

Trends & Opportunities in Governance

Policy, Regulation & StructureWorking with Customers Global Perspectives

Water Network

MonitoringEnvironmental Management Emerging Contaminants Getting Investment Right

Are we Thinking about our Commercial

Customers?Water's Contribution to Energy Security

Pitch Presentation 5 Pitch Presentation 11 Pitch Presentation 17 Pitch Presentation 23 Pitch Presentation 29 Pitch Presentation 34

464 - TELOG IOT WATER MONITORING

INSTRUMENTS

265 - SIMULATING A CARP VIRUS RELEASE TO

QUANTIFY THE IMPACT OF DECAYING FISH ON

WATER QUALITY

36 - MANAGING THE PFAS ISSUE376 - SOCIOECONOMIC IMPACTS OF THE

MURRAY DARLING BASIN PLAN IN VICTORIA

369 - THE JOURNEY TOWARD MEANINGFUL,

CONTEMPORARY ENGAGEMENT

92 - ZEELUNG MEMBRANE AERATED BIOFILM

REACTOR (MABR): AN INNOVATIVE AND

ENERGY EFFICIENT NUTRIENT REMOVAL

SOLUTION

Brad Dalton Joe Pera Dr Peter Nadebaum Charles Harman Brown Andrew Rose Jennine Finlayson

SmartTech Australia WaterNSW GHD DELWP GWMWater SUEZ

108 221 7 208 323

LEAK DETECTION IN THE ADELAIDE CBD

WATER NETWORK USING PERMANENT

ACOUSTIC MONITORING

SIMPLE MODELLING OF WATER QUALITY

RISKS TO WATERWAYS FROM

WASTEWATER DISCHARGES

ENGINEERED NANOMATERIALS AND

POTABLE REUSE - SHOULD WE BE

CONCERNED ?

DEVELOPMENT OF AN INVESTMENT

OPTIMISATION AND PRIORITISATION

MODEL INCORPORATING CUSTOMER,

REGULATOR AND BUSINESS PREFERENCES

REALISED RESULTS OF A 2.5 YEAR ENERGY

OPTIMISATION INITIATIVE IMPLEMENTED

AT 9 SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS

Mark Stephens Dr Bonnie Bonneville Ian Law Tanu Kaur, Jacobs Nicholas Collins, Stantec

SA Water Jacobs IBL Solutions Dr David Lynch, Jacobs King Intrapaiboon, Unitywater

196 223 42 252 170 296

MODELLING OF PRESSURE REDUCING

VALVE (PRV) MODULATION IN RESPONSE

TO TRANSIENT PRESSURES IN WATER

SUPPLY SYSTEMS

A MODIFIED QWASI MODEL FOR

PREDICTING FATE AND TRANSPORT OF

MICROPOLLUTANTS IN A WASTEWATER

LAGOON

EMERGING CONTAMINANTS AND

MICROPOLLUTANTS: WHAT IMPACT DO

THEY HAVE ON OUR HEALTH AND

WELLBEING?

APPROACHES TO WATER REUSE PRICING -

A REVIEW OF THE VICTORIAN EXPERIENCE

UNDER PREMO V1

GROWING THE BAROSSA THROUGH

CUSTOMER COLLABORATION

THIRSTY ENERGY: INTEGRATED THINKING

AND PLANNING REQUIRED TO

SUSTAINABLY MANAGE THE WATER-

ENERGY-CLIMATE NEXUSRohan Naidu Yufei Wang Gabby Butera Rachel Watson Lynda Hamden James Cullis

AECOM RMIT University Arup Institute for Sustainable Futures, UTS SA Water Aurecon

165 52 218 115 87 297

CRAIGIEBURN SEWAGE TRANSFER HUB –

SERVICING GROWTH THROUGH

INNOVATION AND COLLABORATION

AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO VALUING

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF SEWAGE

SPILLS

OPTIONS AND CHALLENGES FOR PFAS

REMOVAL IN WATER TREATMENT

AUSTRALIAN URBAN WATER RESEARCH –

COSTS, BENEFITS AND A SMARTER

FUNDING MODEL

ADVANCING WATER CONSERVATION –

CASE STUDIES FROM THE AUSTRALIAN

MEAT PROCESSING CORPORATION

LISMORE SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT

REALIZES AUSTRALIA’S FIRST COMMUNITY

FUNDED, COUNCIL OWNED FLOATING

SOLAR SYSTEM

Paul Patrick, Yarra Valley Water Duncan Sinclair, South East Water Dr Yaode Yan Peter Dillon Jane Gaffel Geoff Fussell

Paul Luscombe, Jacobs Amelia French, CDM Smith Hunterh2o The Ecoefficiency Group Suntrix

Pitch Presentation 6 Pitch Presentation 12 Pitch Presentation 18 Pitch Presentation 24 Pitch Presentation 30 Pitch Presentation 35

442 - THE PRACTICAL USE OF ELECTRONIC

SURVEILLANCE FOR PROTECTION OF DRINKING

WATER SOURCES

411 - IMPROVING WATER QUALITY OFF

NEWCASTLE'S BEACHES: THE BURWOOD BEACH

WWTW UV DISINFECTION UPGRADE

103 - AN EVALUATION OF SAMPLING METHODS

FOR EMERGING CONTAMINANTS USING A

COMPUTATIONAL APPROACH

267 - BUILDING CUSTOMER PREFERENCES INTO

ASSET MANAGEMENT DECISIONS

146 - HYDRONET RAINWATCH – FORECASTED,

OBSERVED AND HISTORICAL WEATHER DATA

AT YOUR FINGERTIPS

187 - ENERGY BENCHMARKING – EUROPEAN

BEST PRACTICE APPLIED LOCALLY

Jerome Douziech Julian Briggs Christine Close Katherine Larkings Brian Jackson Greg Appleby, Sydney Water

Aroona Alliance Aurecon RMIT University Icon Water Water Technology George Charakos, Melbourne Water

1730 - 1830

Product Pitch Presentation

Poster Pitch Presentation

Technical Presentation

Case study Presentation

* Correct at time of publication 13/03/2018

Accent Speaker to be announced

1600 - 1730

HAPPY HOUR AT THE CLUBHOUSE IN EXHIBITION HALL

Student Water Prize National

Finalist Presentations

CRC for Water

Sensitive Cities

Presents:

IMPROVING

LIVEABILITY AND

PRODUCTIVITY OF

AUSTRALIAN CITIES -

HOW CAN THE

WATER INDUSTRY

INFLUENCE OUR

RAPID URBAN

DEVELOPMENT AND

HELP TO DELIVER

THIS DESIRABLE

OUTCOME?

Workshop / Panel

Four

Workshop / Panel

Five

Australian Water

Association &

Australian Water

Partnerships

Presents

WOMEN OF WATER

(TBC)

AFTERNOON TEA

INVESTIGATION OF BORE CONDITION ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGIES AND DETERMINATION OF REMAINING SERVICE LIFE Sean Ding, University of Western Australia & Water Corporation

QUANTIFYING WASTEWATER DEWATERABILITY FOR IMPROVED WATER RECYCLINGSamuel Skinner, The University of Melbourne

SMART MONITORING FOR MICROBIAL RISK ASSESSMENTSarah Aucote, Flinders University

UNDERSTANDING THE ECOLOGICAL BASIS FOR HUMAN HEALTH RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH DRINKING WATER DRAWN FROM A SUB-TROPICAL FRESHWATER CATCHMENTAdam Rose, CQUniversity

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0830 - 1000

1000 - 1045

Stream 1 Stream 2 Stream 3 Stream 4 Stream 5 Stream 6 Stream 7 Stream 8

Excellence in Operations

& Asset Management

Excellence in Operations

& Asset ManagementStrengthening Communities

Inspiring Change, People & Organisations

in the Water SectorWorking with Customers

Servicing & Supporting Rural, Remote &

Regional Areas

Biosolids Condition Assessment Building Water Smart Communities Next Generation Water Efficiency Providing WasteWater Services

Pitch Presentation 36 Pitch Presentation 42 Pitch Presentation 48 Pitch Presentation 53 Pitch Presentation 58 Pitch Presentation 64

160 - RECUPERATIVE THICKENING AT THE

EASTERN TREATMENT PLANT: OPPORTUNITIES

AND CHALLENGES

429 - DISINFECTANT AND STRESS CRACK

RESISTANT PE100

444 - STRATEGIC APPLICATION OF CARBON

AND ECOLOGICAL FOOTPRINT ACCOUNTING AT

MELBOURNE WATER

28 - LEARNING ABOUT WATER FOR

IRRIGATION, A CASE STUDY IN TASMANIA412 - THE COST OF CONSERVATISM

396 - MANAGEMENT IS NOT A DIRTY WORD:

UNLOCKING THE POTENTIAL OF

DECENTRALISED WASTEWATER SYSTEMS

Richard Lovett Jeroen Wassenaar Christopher Dey Melle Nikkels Adam Pearce Ben Asquith

Melbourne Water Qenos Areté Sustainability Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture WSP Decentralised Water Consulting

333 370 178 428 337

A HIDDEN GEM OR FOOLS GOLD:

ADVANCED METHANE RECOVERY AT

WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANTS

A TARGETED APPROACH TO CONDITION

ASSESSMENT OF SEWER RISING MAINS IN

RESTRICTIVE ENVIRONMENTS

MORE THAN SEWAGE TREATMENT

SERVICES - ADDING VALUE TO THE

MALENY COMMUNITY

NEXT GENERATION WATER EFFICIENCY:

LOOKING OVER THE HORIZON

SERVICING OF FRINGE DEVELOPMENTS

THROUGH TEMPORARY WASTEWATER

TREATMENT AND LAND IRRIGATION

Mark Trickey, GHD Anna West Kylie Crouch, UnitywaterAndrea Turner, Institute of Sustainable

FuturesTobias Chalmers

Jackie Moss, Melbourne Water SMECRamraj Kulkarni, Unitywater & Scott Lowe,

Unitywater

Stuart White, Institute of Sustainable

Futures & Simon Fane, Institute of

Sustainable Futures

Calibre Group

355 46 418 185 166

SLUDGE TREATMENT OPTIONS ANALYSIS:

INTEGRATED ANALYSIS OF THERMAL

HYDROLYSIS AND RECUPERATIVE

THICKENING

APPLYING MODERN ASSESSMENT

TECHNOLOGIES TO A HISTORIC WATER

PUMPING STATION

GREEN SQUARE WATER REUSE -

IMPLEMENTING DECENTRALISED

STORMWATER RECYCLING IN SYDNEY’S

NEW TOWN CENTRE

WATERFIX® STRATA PROVIDES SAVINGS

FOR CUSTOMERS IN HI-RISE TOWERS

SEPTIC TANKS VERSES THE SEWER

RENEWAL PROGRAM

Richard Lovett Lee Foster, Seqwater Ebony Heslop Andre Boerema Jon Theobald

Melbourne Water Rochelle Bosworth, Seqwater City of Sydney Sydney Water South East Water

329 238 312 327 425

MICROALGAE BASED WASTEWATER

TREATMENT AND MICROALGAE BIOMASS

OPPORTUNITIES

ANALYSIS OF ASBESTOS CEMENT

PIPELINES WITH ALTERNATIVE

TECHNOLOGIES

ENGAGING CITIZENS IN WATER SENSITIVE

CITY TRANSITIONS: LESSONS FROM

BENDIGO, VICTORIA

YARRA VALLEY WATER COMMUNITY

HOUSING RETROFIT PROGRAM

RIGHT TECHNOLOGY, SMART ASSET

INVESTMENT FOR REMOTE REGIONAL

COUNCIL SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS

Andrew Ward Dr Mason Erkelens Alex Gunn, CRC for Water Sensitive Cities,

Monash UniversityBelinda Goodwin Bob Ma

Queensland Urban Utilities Detection Services Emma Church, CRC for Water Sensitive

Cities, Monash UniversityYarra Valley Water Aquatec Maxcon

Pitch Presentation 37 Pitch Presentation 43 Pitch Presentation 49 Pitch Presentation 59 Pitch Presentation 65

23 - SHIFTING THE ENERGY BALANCE – DRIVING

TOWARD ENERGY NEUTRAL WWTPS

37 - PRESSURE SEWER OPERATION AND

MAINTENANCE EXPERIENCE – SUCCESS IN

WHANGAREI, NEW ZEALAND

195 - PARTNERING FOR SUCCESS: SUPPORTING

SYDNEY'S GROWTH401 - THE WATER INTELLIGENCE SYSTEM

295 - COST EFFECTIVE RETROFIT OF A

CONVENTIONAL PACKAGED PLANT FOR

IMPROVED PERFORMANCE

Sam Towndrow Derek Lachut Mark Simister, Sydney Water Hamed Hashem Abadi, Collab IT Systems Julian Tickle

Evoqua Water Technologies Environment One Corporation Geoff Shepherd, WSP Murray Leech, Collab IT Systems Townsville Water

1215 - 1315

Product Pitch Presentation Technical Presentation

Poster Pitch Presentation Case study Presentation

MORNING TEA

KEYNOTE SPEAKER SESSION

WEDNESDAY, 9 MAY 2018

1045 - 1215

Policy & Advocacy Workshop / Panel Six

LUNCH

* Correct at time of publication 13/03/2018

Australian Water

Association &

Australian Water

Partnerships

Presents:

VIETNAM -

AUSTRALIA

TWINNING

OUTCOMES (TBC)

Session in development

Session in development

Session in development

GROWTH: URBAN

WATER CAN MEET

THE CHALLENGE

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1215 - 1315

Excellence in Operations

& Asset Management

Excellence in Operations

& Asset ManagementStrengthening Communities

Inspiring Change, People & Organisations

in the Water SectorWorking with Customers

Servicing & Supporting Rural, Remote &

Regional Areas

Climate Risk Data Analytics for Decision Making Cool, Green CitiesApproaches to Improve

the Customer ExperienceDrinking Water Supply

Pitch Presentation 38 Pitch Presentation 44 Pitch Presentation 50 Pitch Presentation 54 Pitch Presentation 60 Pitch Presentation 66

430 - DECIDING ON RELEASES THROUGH GATED

SPILLWAYS DURING MAJOR FLOODS - WHICH

RISK IS TO BE TAKEN?

84 - INTELLIGENT ALARMING400 - SEWER ODOUR AND CORROSION

MITIGATION FOR THE ELANORA CATCHMENT

186 - AGILITY AND RESPONSIVENESS: BUILDING

A CUSTOMER-FOCUSED UTILITY

415 - WET WEATHER OVERFLOWS - CAN THE

CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE BE IMPROVED?

360 - UPGRADING TO A TREATED WATER

SUPPLY – MORE THAN JUST TREATMENT

Greg McMahon Dr Christian Michl Kara Mueller Christopher Gould, Sydney Water Peter Smith Victoria Hart

GM McMAHON CONSULTANTS KISTERS City of Gold Coast Sally Armstrong, Sydney Water Queensland Urban Utilities GWMWater

209 274 397 89 128 81

PROTECTING ONE OF SOUTH EAST

QUEENSLAND’S MOST CRITICAL WATER

SUPPLY ASSETS FROM CURRENT AND

FUTURE CLIMATE RISK

DATA VISUALISATION - THE NEW

CURRENCY OF THE WATER INDUSTRYADELAIDE AIRPORT HEAT REDUCTION

WORKFORCE SKILLS OF THE FUTURE IN

THE WATER SECTOR TO THE YEAR 2040

IMPROVING THE CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE

TO DELIVER WORLD CLASS SERVICES FOR

A BETTER LIFE

SECURING SAFE AND SUSTAINABLE

DRINKING WATER SUPPLY IN REGIONAL

COMMUNITIES UTILISING EDR

TECHNOLOGY

Cameron Wearing, Seqwater Mark Rippon Greg Ingleton Dr Matt Pearce, KPMG Tania Davis Jennine Finlayson

Lee Foster, Seqwater TasWater SA Water Peter Gee, WSAA SA Water SUEZ

120 386 356 ACCENT SPEAKER 222 26

DEVELOPING AN ENERGY STRATEGY FOR

QUEENSLAND URBAN UTILITIES

COST RISK AND PERFORMANCE- SEWER

MAIN INVESTMENT PLANNING

FROM WASTELAND TO WATERWAY:

WATERWAYS AS GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE

CHANGE IS HARD, RUNNING FROM IT IS

EVEN HARDER

BUILDING A STORYBANK: HARNESSING

THE POWER OF STORIES TO REACH

CUSTOMERS AND COMMUNITIES

BATTLING BLACKWATER (DEALING WITH

WATER QUALITY ISSUES ASSOCIATED

WITH FLOOD WATERS)

Glen Taylor Sagar Khadka, Icon Water Stuart Cleven Kerryn Fewster Matilda Bowra David Cook, SA Water

Queensland Urban Utilities Ryan Signor, AECOM Alluvium Consulting Change2020 Foundry Greg Dworak, SA Water

99 147 45 389 88 86

A NEW SOLUTION FOR REAL-TIME FLOOD

INTELLIGENCE IN NSW

PIPELINE FAILURE DATA ANALYTICS AND

PREDICTION

GREENING THE PIPELINE – RE-PURPOSING

A HERITAGE LISTED ASSET TO ENHANCE

COMMUNITY WELL-BEING

BUILDING AN INNOVATION HUB TO

INSPIRE A WORKFORCE AND ENGAGE A

COMMUNITY

COMPLAINTS ARE A GIFT….A FRESH

APPROACH TO COMPLAINT

MANAGEMENT.

AUTOMATED, RAPID MICROBIAL

DETECTION SYSTEM FOR REMOTE

TESTING OF E.COLI & COLIFORMS

BACTERIA

Galen Lewis Bin Liang, Data61 David HowardColin Chapman, Queensland Urban

UtilitiesRachael Neumann Doug Wilton

MHL Gagneet Serai, Unitywater GHD Jason Dwyer, Queensland Urban Utilities SA Water Tecta-PDS

483 35 34 151 49 102

DROUGHT RESPONSE PLANNING AND

MAKING IT HAPPEN

PRACTICAL WATER QUALITY

FORECASTING IN DRINKING WATER

SUPPLY STORAGES FOR OPERATIONAL

DECISION MAKING

THE GPOP GREEN GRID - MAKING

SYDNEY'S NEW HEART COOLER AND

GREENER

DIGITAL MATURITY ROADMAP PROJECTTHE REAL WORLD PROS AND PITFALLS OF

ROBOCALLING

STRESS OR JOY? CLONCURRY, REGIONAL

QUEENSLAND - WATER SUPPLY

CHALLENGES AND CONTINUAL

IMPROVEMENT

Dimity Lynas, Seqwater Jason Antenucci Alan Hoban, Bligh Tanner Peter Gee James Garriock, Insync Tasleem Hasan, Viridis Consultants

Jim Fear, Seqwater; Wendy Auton,

SeqwaterDHI Group Phillip Birtles, Sydney Water WSAA Keiran Smith, Hunter Water Megan Anderson, Cloncurry Shire Council

Pitch Presentation 39 Pitch Presentation 45 Pitch Presentation 55 Pitch Presentation 61 Pitch Presentation 67

416 - ESTABLISHING A DIFFUSER

BENCHMARKING TRIAL, OUTCOMES FROM

CLEAN AND DIRTY WATER TESTING OF NEW

DIFFUSERS

437 - TRUE OR FALSE? – IN THIS SPACE, DATA

MAY SOLVE THE MAZE – CONSUMPTION

BEHAVOUR ANALYSIS

188 - OLD KNOWLEDGE, NEW IDEAS: REVIVING

SYDNEY WATER’S ENGINEERING COMMUNITY

FOR BETTER CUSTOMER OUTCOMES

73 - CUSTOMER JOURNEY MAPS INFLUENCE

BUSINESS PROCESS CHANGE TO IMPROVE

CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE

280 - BARRIERS REGIONAL UTILITIES FACE IN

MEETING STANDARDS OF SERVICE

Justin WattsIsrat Chowdhury, Seqwater; Phillip Chan,

SeqwaterEmily Ryan Dave Woodmore Geraldine Terada-Bellis

Monadelphous Engineering Mark Askins, Seqwater Sydney Water SA Water Viridis Consultants

1515 - 1600

Product Pitch Presentation Technical Presentation

Poster Pitch Presentation Case study Presentation

1315 - 1515

* Correct at time of publication 23/1/2018

Policy & AdvocacyWorkshop / Panel

Seven

LUNCH

* Correct at time of publication 13/03/2018

THE TRUST

EQUATION

AFTERNOON TEA

Institute for

Sustainable Futures,

UTS Presents:

LEARNING TO

DANCE WITH

SYSTEMS: BUILDING

THE CASE FOR

STRENGTHENING

SYSTEMS THINKING

AND PRACTICES

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1515 - 1600

Excellence in Operations

& Asset Management

Excellence in Operations

& Asset ManagementStrengthening Communities

Inspiring Change, People & Organisations

in the Water SectorWorking with Customers

Servicing & Supporting Rural, Remote &

Regional Areas

Energy Management Condition AssessmentDemonstrating Value in

Water Smart Cities

Systems &

Standardisations

Real Life Case Studies in

Water EfficiencyRemote & Off-Grid Solutions

Pitch Presentation 40 Pitch Presentation 46 Pitch Presentation 51 Pitch Presentation 56 Pitch Presentation 62 Pitch Presentation 68

417 - ADVANCED AERATION CONTROL:

TUNING AERATION TO THE POLUTION LOAD

60 - MAXIMISING ASSET PERFORMANCE IN A

DIGITAL AND MORE SUSTAINABLE WORLD

264 - THE BERRIGAN SOLUTION: IMPROVED

IRRIGATION OUTCOMES IN THE SOUTHERN

RIVERINA

482 - SUPPORTING CAPITAL INVESTMENT

DECISIONS IN WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS

THROUGH QUANTIFIED RISK MODELLING

359 - THE ECONOMIC INEFFICIENCY OF FIXED

CHARGES FOR WATER SERVICES AND THE

IMPLICATIONS FOR EFFICIENT WATER USE

328 - FLOOD STUDY OF ADELAIDE RIVER

FLOODPLAIN

Caroline Herman Igor Sadimenko Jorge Luengas, Murray Irrigation Darren Broad Michael Smit Kok Keng Tan

Allwater EY Greg Stevens, Ertech Water Corporation Kingspan SMEC

377 70 248 125 421 116

FLOATING SOLAR ARRAYS: POWERING

OFF-THE-GRID WATER TREATMENT

PLANTS OF THE FUTURE

ASSET MAINTENANCE AND THE

VERIFICATION OF DRINKING WATER ASSET

INTEGRITY USING DRONES

TRANSITION TO WATER SENSITIVE CITIES –

HOW ARE WE PROGRESSING?OVERLOADED - FLEET STANDARDISATION

WATER EFFICIENCY IN DEFENCE -

FINDINGS SO FAR

EVOLVING THE IAKWE SPIRIT – PLANNING

WATER SERVICES IN THE MARSHALL

ISLANDS

Nikhil Khurana Andrea ClementKim Markwell, CRC for Water Sensitive

Cities

Simon Johnson, Queensland Urban

UtilitiesAdam Jones

Halston de Brum, Majuro Water & Sewer

Company

GHD SeqwaterCeleste Morgan, CRC for Water Sensitive

Cities0 BMT WBM Kristina Hermens, Beca

286 191 224 66 254 19

MAKING EVERY DROP COUNT -

HARNESSING HYDROELECTRICITY FROM

MELBOURNE'S WATER SUPPLY

SEWER SCOUT - FLOATING DRONE 3D

CONDITION ASSESSMENT OF SEWERS

BALLARAT CITY INTEGRATED WATER

MANAGEMENT PLAN: A PROTOTYPE FOR

URBAN AREAS AND REGIONAL CITIES

DEVELOPING AN ONLINE STRATEGIC

ASSET MANAGEMENT PLAN: A TOOL FOR

INSPIRING CHANGE AND COLLABORATION

MACKAY REGIONAL COUNCIL - COST TO

SERVE AND CUSTOMER EXPECTATIONS

QUENCHING THE NEED FOR SAFE AND

RELIABLE WATER IN REMOTE INDIGENOUS

COMMUNITY

Ian Royston Steve Barclay John Frdelja, Central Highlands Water Nazrul Islam Linda Roberts Priyani Madan

Melbourne Water Sydney Water Celeste Morgan, E2Designlab Gippsland Water Mackay Regional Council Arup

472 155 172 62 372 143

DEVELOPMENT OF NOVEL SODIUM-ION

BATTERIES FOR OPERATION OF SEWAGE

PUMPING STATIONS: DETERMINING

ENERGY REQUIREMENTS

ROBOTIC PIPE PROBE TESTING FOR H2S

CONCRETE DEGRADATION

THRIVING COMMUNITIES – HOW CITY

WEST WATER'S URBAN WATER STRATEGY

IS DRIVING IMPROVED COMMUNITY

HEALTH AND WELLBEING

REAL TIME CUSTOMER COMPLAINTS

MAPPING … WITH EXCEL

LIVING WATER SMART IN DARWIN TO

ACHIEVE FINANCIAL, SOCIAL AND

ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS

OFF GRID POWER SOLUTIONS FOR WATER

CHLORINATION – CUTTING EDGE

TECHNOLOGY IN THE CITY OF LOGAN

Jonathan Knott, University of Wollongong Robert Ross, La Trobe University Elisa Hunter Julien AneseJethro Laidlaw, Power and Water

CorporationChris Pipe-Martin, Logan City Council

Heriberto Bustamante, Sydney Water Dean Barnett, Western Water, IWN City West Water AllwaterTrevor Durling, Power and Water

Corporation

Reg Bailey, Logan Water Infrastructure

Alliance

Pitch Presentation 41 Pitch Presentation 47 Pitch Presentation 52 Pitch Presentation 57 Pitch Presentation 63 Pitch Presentation 69

404 - OPERATING IN A SPOT-PRICE ELECTRICITY

MARKET: WE CAN ALL BENEFIT

43 - PREDICTING THE CORROSION OF CAST

IRON PIPES: PRACTICAL APPLICATION.

140 - UNEARTHING THE PAST TO CHART THE

FUTURE

289 - SURGING AHEAD FOR OPTIMISED MULTI-

USE PUMP STATION CAPABILITY, AND

SUPERIOR CUSTOMER OUTCOMES

431 - VICTORIAN DESALINATION PLANT - 2013

TO 2017 - A JOB WELL DONE

387 - BENDIGO GROUNDWATER PROJECT - A

CASE STUDY IN COLLABORATION TO MITIGATE

TIME CRITICAL ENVIRONMENTAL & PUBLIC

AMENITY RISKS

Dan Ford Tony Wells Troy Kasper Heath Baker Veronique Bonnelye Mark Monaghan

Allwater University of Newcastle Logan City Council Melbourne Water SUEZ GHD

1830 - 2300

Product Pitch Presentation

Poster Pitch Presentation

Technical Presentation

Case study Presentation

* Correct at time of publication 13/03/2018

1600 - 1730

OZWATER'18 GALA DINNER & AUSTRALIAN WATER AWARDS NIGHT (TICKET REQUIRED)

Melbourne Water

Presents:

MOVING TOWARDS

A GENERATIVE

SAFETY CULTURE

ON A MAJOR

CAPITAL WORKS

PROGRAM

CLOSING THE GAP

Policy & AdvocacyWorkshop / Panel

Eight

AFTERNOON TEA

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Stream 1 Stream 2 Stream 3 Stream 4 Stream 5 Stream 6 Stream 7 Stream 8

Excellence in Operations

& Asset Management

Excellence in Operations

& Asset Management

Excellence in Operations

& Asset Management

Inspiring Change, People & Organisation

in the Water SectorCommunity Health and Wellbeing Industry Safety & Wellbeing

Data to Information Water Treatment Novel WWT Solutions People Power Managing Wastewater & Reuse RisksSafety Differently and a Mentally Healthy

Workplace

Pitch Presentation 70 Pitch Presentation 74 Pitch Presentation 78 Pitch Presentation 82 Pitch Presentation 86 Pitch Presentation 88

441 - WASTEWATER TREATMENT

OPERATIONAL IMPROVEMENT THROUGH LIVE

PLANT PERFORMANCE DATABASE

447 - ADVANCING PIPE INDUSTRY WITH

DISINFECTANT AND STRESS CRACK RESISTANT

PE100

41 - APPLICATION OF METAL-BASED

NANOFIBER SCAFFOLDS IN WATER

TREATMENT: CASE STUDY OF HEAVY METAL

ION ADSORPTION

440 - WORKFORCE MANAGEMENT

EFFECTIVENESS – THE AROONA ALLIANCE

EXPERIENCE

300 - A COMPLETE OILY WATER SOLUTION FOR

HEAVY INDUSTRY124 - THE TBL OF TASTE AND ODOUR

Irina Mouilleron Patrik Schneider Elise des Ligneris Jerome Douziech Nicole Tournas Tara Callingham

Aroona Alliance LyondellBasell Institute for Frontier Materials, Deakin

University Aroona Alliance Ultraspin Technology Goulburn Valley Water

148 181 347 200 30 ACCENT SPEAKER

IMPROVING FIELD AND ASSET

MANAGEMENT COLLABORATION WITH

NEXT GENERATION INTEGRATED

APPLICATIONS

MAXIMISING PLANT CAPACITY - NOVEL

INSTRUMENT TO MEASURE FLOC

STRENGTH IN DIRECT FILTRATION WATER

TREATMENT PLANTS

TRANSLATION OF SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERIES

TO APPLIED WASTEWATER

TECHNOLOGIES BY COLLABORATIVE

RESEARCH

EMPOWERING CHAMPIONS TO DRIVE

WATER SENSITIVE CITY TRANSITIONS

OPERATIONAL LEARNINGS AND

COMPLIANCE ASPECTS OF RUNNING A

GROUNDWATER REPLENISHMENT

SCHEME

DISRUPTIVE SAFETY

LESSONS FROM DISRUPTION: RESORING

YOUR PEOPLE AS THE SOLUTION

Ivan Beirne Dr Heri Bustamante, Sydney Water Shihu Hu Katie Hammer Dr Stacey Hamilton Kelvin Genn

Unitywater Dr Shane Cox, Instrument Works Advanced Water Management Centre, UQCooperative Research Centre for Water

Sensitive Cities, Monash UniversityWater Corporation Art of Work

156 232 341 438 168 ACCENT SPEAKER

INTEGRATED DATA AND ASSET

MANAGEMENT APPROACH IDENTIFIES

OPTIMAL LEVEL OF DATA IMPROVING

WATER SUPPLY EFFICIENCIES

INFLUENCE OF COAGULATION ON THE

BIOLOGICAL REMOVAL OF TASTE AND

ODOUR COMPOUNDS

NEREDA, ORGANICA FOOD CHAIN

REACTOR AND STEP FEED PILOT PLANT

TRIALS AT MELBOURNE WATER’S WTP

THE IMPACT OF PETER CULLEN’S LEGACY

– TEN YEARS ON….

AURA STORMWATER HARVESTING

PROJECT – AN INNOVATIVE RISK BASED

APPROACH TO IDENTIFYING POTENTIAL

WATER QUALITY ISSUES

SAFER TOGETHER

HOW A COMMUNITY FO LEADERS IS

DRIVING A SAGER NATURAL GAS

EXPLORATION & PRODUCTION INDUSTRY

Edgar H Johnson Kelly Newton Jackie Moss Kate MacMaster Tony McAlister John Smith

GHD SA Water Melbourne WaterThe Peter Cullen Water and Environment

Trust Water Technology MPC Group

336 310 25 315 278 ACCENT SPEAKER

LIVE SEWER NETWORKS - OPERATIONAL

MODELLING AND PREDICTIVE REAL TIME

DECISION SUPPORT TOOLS

BENDIGO GROUNDWATER- TREATMENT

CHALLENGE FOR

ARSENIC,SULFIDE,METALS AND SALT

REMOVAL TO WATER REUSE STANDARD

SOLVING PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL

CHALLENGES WITH MAGNETITE

BALLASTED TECHNOLOGY - BILLERICA,

USA WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY

WORLD CLASS PRODUCTION: DELIVERING

VALUE AT STP'S

A RISK-BASED APPROACH FOR ACHIEVING

EFFECTIVE OUTCOMES: MELBOURNE

WATER’S APPROCH TO MANAGEMENT OF

WET WEATHER SPILLS

MENTAL HEALTH WORKPLACE

HOW TO COMMENCE AND SUSTAIN ONE

Patrick Bonk Michael ChapmanMichael C Whittier, Evoqua Water

Technologies Peter Donaghy Sarah Watkins Dr Paula Robinson

Innovyze GHDSam Towndrow, Evoqua Water

Technologies Queensland Urban Utilities Melbourne Water Rositive Psychology Institute

Pitch Presentation 71 Pitch Presentation 75 Pitch Presentation 79 Pitch Presentation 83 Pitch Presentation 87

346 - TASK MANAGEMENT FOR MULTI-

DISCIPLINE OPERATORS

61 - EAST ROCKINGHAM WASTEWATER

TREATMENT PLANT: TASK JV PASSING THE

BATON TO AROONA ALLIANCE

409 - OFFLINE REFURBISHMENT OF CRITICAL

PROCESS INFRASTRUCTURE

40 - WHAT WE LEARNT ABOUT INNOVATION

FROM THE WATERAID WATER INNOVATORS

CHALLENGE

460 - UNIQUE SOLUTION TO CONTROLLING

STORMWATER CONTAMINANTS FROM

ORGANIC MATERIAL PROCESSING RUN OFF

Murray Leech Irina Mouilleron Phil de Groot Katie Jones Mitch Laginestra

Collab IT Systems Aroona Alliance TRILITY Seqwater GHD

1030-1115

Product Pitch Presentation Technical Presentation

Poster Pitch Presentation Case study Presentation

THURSDAY, 10 MAY 2018

0900-1030

* Correct at time of publication 13/03/2018

Workshop / Panel Nine

Water Research

Australia Presents:

EMERGING

CONTAMINANTS AND

POLLUTANTS OF

INTEREST FOR THE

AUSTRALIAN WATER

INDUSTRY

Workshop / Panel Ten

MORNING TEA

RedEye Apps

Presents:

‘INNOVATION AT

WORK’ - INDUSTRY

LEADERS SHARING

THEIR JOURNEY

HOW THEY

ENCOURAGE

INNOVATION

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1030-1115

Excellence in Operations

& Asset Management

Excellence in Operations

& Asset Management

Excellence in Operations

& Asset Management

Servicing & Supporting Rural, Remote

and Regional AreasIndustry Safety & Wellbeing

Recycled Water Water Treatment & Reuse Wastewater Management Challenges Rural Water Applying Proactive Safety Techniques

Pitch Presentation 72 Pitch Presentation 76 Pitch Presentation 80 Pitch Presentation 84 Pitch Presentation 89

427 - GET CONTROL OF AERATION AND

OPTIMISE NUTRIENT REMOVAL

446 - EXTREME INFLOWS INTO THE MURRAY-

DARLING BASIN SYSTEM 2016: USING

TARGETED OPERATIONAL MONITORING &

CONTROL

24 - DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS TO INCREASE

TREATMENT CAPACITY WITH MAGNETITE -

BALLASTED ACTIVATED SLUDGE FACILITIES

47 - WATER FOR FOOD – THE MYALUP-

WELLINGTON STORY SO FAR

320 - CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT BY

EVOLUTION - THE INTERFLOW SAFETY

LEADERSHIP PROGRAM

Charles Mellish James Livingston, TRILITY Sam Towndrow Daniel Visser John Monro

Stantec Australia Sushrut Kulkarni, TRILITY Evoqua GHD Interflow

127 32 288 326 380

INNOVATIVE REVERSE OSMOSIS PRE-

TREATMENT STRATEGY FOR DUAL

MEMBRANE RECYCLED WATER PLANT

THE BLACKWATER CHALLENGE – WHEN

DESIGN LIMITATIONS ARE EXCEEDED

EXTENDING AGEING ASSET LIFE USING

MODERN TECHNOLOGY - THE BOLIVAR

SECONDARY CLARIFIERS CASE STUDY

PLAN2FARM: A FARMER-BASED

APPROACH TO HELPING AGRICULTURAL

COMMUNITIES ADAPT TO CHANGE AND A

LOW-WATER FUTURE

INTRODUCING VIRTUAL REALITY

TRAINING SOLUTIONS TO THE WATER

SECTOR – WHERE DO WE GO FROM

HERE?

Shanli Zhang Adam Medlock Julian Briggs Toni Radcliffe, DELWP Andrew Rozycki

City West Water TRILITY Aurecon Shari Rankin, NCCMA; Dianne Bowles,

GMID Dairy FarmerKBR

182 262 17 374 179

ATUM: HOW TO EXTEND THE LIFE OF

ULTRA-FILTRATION MEMBRANES

FATE OF ORGANIC MATTER FRACTIONS

WITHIN PRE-TREATMENT PROCESSES IN

SEAWATER DESALINATION PLANTS

MEMBRANE BIOREACTOR (MBR)

WASTEWATER TECHNOLOGIE:

OPERATOR’S RETURN OF EXPERIENCE

RESPONDING TO CLIMATE CHANGE BY

SECURING WATER SUPPLIES FOR

AGRICULTURAL AND OTHER RURAL USERS

USING VIRTUAL REALITY TO ELIMINATE

HAZARDS AND INCREASE STAFF

ENGAGEMENT WITH PROJECTS

Jennifer Dreyfus, Allwater Yulia Shutova Fabrice Polizzi Mark Williams, GWMWater Scott McMillan

Caroline Herman, Allwater AECOM CDE-SUEZ Simon Coutts, GWMWater Melbourne Water

169 39 53 203 123

INNOVATIVE SOLUTION FOR SUNBURY

RECYCLED WATER PLANT UPGRADE

WASTEWATER TREATMENT, DISPOSAL

AND REUSE VIA AQUIFER INFILTRATION:

WATER QUALITY ASSESSMENT FOR

OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL

COMPLIANCE

DESIGN AND OPERATIONAL LEARNINGS

FROM A LEGO-SCALE WWTP

SURGE MITIGATION IN A MODERNISED

IRRIGATION SYSTEM

REHABILITATION AT WORK - HOW THE

INTRODUCTION OF AN ONSITE

PHYSIOTHERAPIST SERVICE REDUCED

COMPENSABLE CLAIMS, BUT MORE

IMPORTANTLY CARED FOR OUR PEOPLE.

Hemadri Saha Arron Lethorn Wayne Bagg Michael Evans Rob Lynch, Queensland Urban Utilities

Downer Water Corporation Water Corporation GHDMatthew Forner, Queensland Urban

UtilitiesPitch Presentation 73 Pitch Presentation 77 Pitch Presentation 81 Pitch Presentation 85 Pitch Presentation 90

55 - BIOGAS TREATMENT FOR COMBUSTION

MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS CONTAINING HIGH

CONCENTRATIONS OF HYDROGEN SULPHIDE

306 - CONTROL OF LUDWIGIA PERUVIANA

USING GLYPHOSATE IN A DRINKING WATER

RESERVOIR

54 - A QUICK-FIX DIFFUSED AERATION

SOLUTION FOR GNARABUP WWTP

465 - SUSTAINABLE LOW ENERGY SYSTEM FOR

HIGH GROUNDWATER TABLES IN REGIONAL

TOWNS

257 - MAJOR HAZARD CASE STUDY - FATAL RISK

REDUCTION INITIATIVE

Brendan Murray Alec Davie Wayne Bagg Danny Burkett Wayne Jones

Ixom WaterNSW Water Corporation Opus International Consultants TasWater

1245-1345

1345-1515

1515-1545

1545-1630

Product Pitch Presentation

Poster Pitch Presentation

Technical Presentation

Case study Presentation

* Correct at time of publication 13/03/2018

KEYNOTE SESSION

CLOSING SESSION

CLOSING DRINKS

National Health &

Medical Research

Council Presents:

LUNCH

TRANSLATING

SCIENTIFIC

EVIDENCE INTO

NHMRC WATER

QUALITY

GUIDELINES

1115-1245

International Water

Association (Australia)

and the Australian

Water Association's

SDGs Specialist Network

Presents:Queensland Urban Utilities Presents:

IN THE LIGHT OF VARIOUS INDUSTRY

DISRUPTIONS AND CRITICAL MACRO

TRENDS IN THE UTILITIES SECTOR, DO

WE NEED TO RETHINK THE

CAPABILITIES WE NEED TO EVOLVE

INTO A UTILITY OF THE FUTURE?

STRETCHING THE SDGS:

HOW THE AUSTRALIAN

WATER SECTOR CAN

DRIVE PROGRESS ON AN

INTERNATIONAL STAGE

Workshop / Panel TwelveWorkshop / Panel

Thirteen

MORNING TEA

Workshop / Panel Elevn