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We have expertise in reusing water and wastewaters, managing contaminated groundwater and surface waters and providing environmental solutions for resource and energy development projects.
With Australia's population projected to increase water shortages are foreseen. This makes it critical to consider reliable water reuse options, including water storage and treatment.
It is also important to assess the impact and risk to water sources of the thousands of chemical storages and contaminated sites, and of the increasing use of chemicals across urban and industrial areas, so that sustainable management solutions can be found.
Australia's rapidly expanding energy and resources sectors are seeking ways to make their processes more efficient and reduce their impact on the environment.
Better assessment and integration of natural (e.g. wetlands, aquifers) and engineered water treatment is desired.
CSIRO has unique Australian capabilities and an international reputation in managed aquifer recharge and groundwater quality science and engineering, geochemistry and environmental microbiology.
These capabilities are fundamental for understanding water quality changes in natural and engineered systems, for devising treatment and management options for pollutants, and for the application of biotechnology, fluid processes and process chemistry in the resources and energy sectors.
Our skills and expertise include:
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