As we reach the end of 2020, the AWMA team are reflecting on, not only the past year, but the last two decades as this year we celebrated 20 years of successful project delivery within the Australian and international water industries. We hope for a bigger and better year for everyone in 2021. Thank you […]
With final inspections complete, the first RDR Fish Exclusion Screen is on its way to NZ. The T-Screen comprises of two cylindrical, stainless steel, self-cleaning intake screens. The screen solution engineered for this project is designed to deliver large flows exceeding 2850 ML/d (33m3/s), whilst protecting sport and native fish. This 8m wide, 6 tonne […]
AWMA’s latest newsletter is out now featuring innovative water control solutions for debris removal, fish and debris exclusion as well as penstocks, stop logs and bulkhead designs for water treatment, urban water and mining applications. Download or Subscribe to AWMA Newsletter.
The AWMA Screen Team encourage you to bring your most challenging water debris to our testing facilities so we can demonstrate first-hand how effective AWMA Automated Trash Screens can be. Manually raking debris from water ways is unsafe and inefficient. Partner with the AWMA team to custom design an automated screen solution to meet your […]
How do you transport a 8m wide, 6 tonne stainless steel structure across international waters and ensure it arrives in the same condition it left in? Shrink wrap it of course! Complete with accessible lifting lugs.