The CSIRO has carried out research on the sources of marine debris (all anthropogenic litter). Litter loads in watercourses have been identified as high and stormwater has been highlighted as a key mechanism for transporting litter from land to ocean. Vitally stormwater treatment is seen as a key intervention to capture litter (second to […]
At this year’s Stormwater 2018 National Conference the highly anticipated and long awaited NSW Guidelines for Maintenance of Stormwater Treatment Measures (draft) was launched.
As part of this launch, Murray Powell from Optimal Stormwater/Stormwater NSW held a full day workshop outlining the Guidelines content, and how this document will assist maintenance managers, cleaning contractors and […]
As part of the 2016-2020 review of Sydney Water’s prices, the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) introduced a new low impact charge for stand-alone, residential stormwater properties. This new charge seeks to reward customers who have made significant investment in reducing their stormwater impact.
The charge came into effect on 1 July 2017 and is […]
Stormwater NSW has convinced the NSW Independent Pricing and Remuneration Tribunal (IPART) that stormwater quality treatment devices should be considered ‘essential’ when it comes to allocating developer levies in growth centres.
This should lead to millions of dollars worth of extra investment in stormwater quality improvement devices in NSW alone.
IPART is the NSW Tribunal that […]