Cohuna Irrigation Diversion Screen Project
18 Jun 2018 In an Australian first, countless numbers of native fish will be saved thanks to Victorian designed and made screening. Member for Northern Victoria Mark Gepp said Australia’s first irrigation diversion channel fish screen will be positioned in front of the Cohuna Number 3 Channel regulator, in the Cohuna Weir pool, and will stop […]
AWMA have secured an exhibition booth for the inaugural International Conference on River Connectivity (Fish Passage 2018), to be held in Albury NSW, 10th – 14th December 2018. AWMA will be showcasing our locally manufactured Fish Exclusion Screens.
AWMA’s Vern Costelow attended the IrrigationNZ Conference and Exhibition as a guest speaker for Infrastructure Modernisation, leading a discussion session on Fish Exclusion Screens. Discussions include: Fish protection or Fish exclusion as an important aspect of fishery management at water diversions. New Zealand concerns about the effectiveness of many traditional fish exclusion technologies. AWMA’s capacity […]
AWMA now offer a range of fish exclusion screens to suit various (gravity and pumped) diversion applications including pump stations, irrigation diversions, water treatment plant diversions, hydro power facilities and cooling water intakes. AWMA locally manufacture, support and service a range of fish and debris exclusion screens with a degree of customisation available. The screens […]