“A good plan to help Darling River fish recover exists, so let’s get on with it!” http://theconversation.com/a-good-plan-to-help-darling-river-fish-recover-exists-so-lets-get-on-with-it-110168 Work under the Native Fish Strategy demonstrated that anywhere between 100 and 12,000fish can be abstracted, per day, by a single pump. When extrapolated over the many thousand irrigation pumps and diversion points across the basin, this means millions of […]
Congratulations to the CSU led research team on winning this Distinguished International Project Award The CSU Team comprises local villagers, scientists, engineers and manufacturers in Lao PDR and Australia This Project is now rolling out from Lao PDR to other countries in Southeast Asia A research team led by Charles Sturt University (CSU) has received […]
The team at AWMA wish you and your family a Merry Christmas, happy holiday season and successful 2019. AWMA will close COB Thursday 20th December and return Monday 7th January 2019. We thank you for your continued support and look forward to working with you again in the New Year.
MEDIA RELEASE 17th December 2018 Local manufacturing company, AWMA Water Control Solutions partnered with North Central Catchment Management Authority and NSW Department of Primary Industries to host 40 international guests, Friday and Saturday of last week. The tour was held in conjunction with the inaugural Fish Passage’2018; Australia’s First Symposium on Hydropower and Fish Management. […]
AWMA have had a very interesting and beneficial week attending Australia’s inaugural Fish Passage event; the ‘International Conference on River Connectivity’. An integral part of the event involved discussions regarding suitable applications for a range of Australian manufactured Fish Exclusion Screens. Pictured is an AWMA Cylindrical Fish Exclusion Screen on the AWMA stand at Fish […]