Urban water infrastructure technologies
Developing technologies to improve the nation's water infrastructure to deliver efficient and secure water supply for Australia's growing population and future industries.
Creating water smart city systems
By assessing the environmental, social and economic consequences of alternative water systems the Water for a Healthy Country Flagship is developing tools that will help create water smart cities for the future.
To drink or not to drink?
Research has shown that people’s acceptance of using recycled wastewater reduces as it comes closer to human contact, and emotions play a big part in people’s acceptance.
Algal blooms are a major hazard to safe water supply as well as potentially dangerous to human, animal and fish health.
Murrumbidgee water savings
CSIRO researchers have accounted for the flow of water through the Murrumbidgee Catchment and established where it is economically feasible to save water.
Knowledge grows for Murray flows
The Water for a Healthy Country Flagship has completed the first knowledge synopsis of the River Murray region, which identifies knowledge and knowledge gaps as well as identifying potential collaboration and research opportunities.
Coastal property and sea level rise
CSIRO conducted a national online survey to determine would-be house-buyers' attitudes to the effects that rising sea levels could have on their investment decisions.