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29 Mar 2018

Originally coined as “The Big Flick”, Earth Hour was developed between the WWF (World Wide Fund for nature) and a Sydney advertising agency in 2007 as a means of engaging Australians “on the issue of climate change” with the inaugural Earth Hour running in Sydney on Ma...

29 Mar 2018

Review and audit – is there a difference?

Well, the review and audit of a risk management plan (e.g. DWQMP or DWMS) are two separate activities to be undertaken, each for its own purpose....

19 Mar 2018

Recognised the world over, the Quality Management System ISO:9001 is one of the most applied management tools across the globe. The purpose of this international standard is to demonstrate universally, the level of corporate governance held by an organisation, in turn...

13 Mar 2018

On Tuesday 13 March at 9am a team of 5 environmental crusaders known as team Viridis descended on the Murarrie Recreational Reserve to take part in Clean Up Australia Day.

With Captain James at the helm, we used our elbow grease, imagination and team work to reclaim tro...

7 Mar 2018

Australia is currently in the midst of a listeriosis outbreak, linked to rockmelons. Four people have tragically lost their life (as of March 2018) with a total of 17 cases identified so far. This is a terrible situation for all involved, including those directly affec...

1 Mar 2018

Viridis is a new member of WaterRA and were pleased to attend our first members' meeting in February. This was a fantastic experience, to be in a room with so many people passionate about water quality and the research that they were doing.

Students from the WaterRA Edu...

1 Mar 2018

All recycled water schemes in Queensland are required to ensure that the recycled water is ‘fit for the use’ under the Public Health Act 2005 (PH Act) Section 57F.

What does ‘fit for use’ mean?

In Qld, the following types of schemes require an approved RWMP and validatio...

Last weekend I had the opportunity to attend the Australian Water Associations 5th Young Professionals Conference, hosted at the MCG in Melbourne. 

Sessions were conducted in a large conference room with tables of 10, allowing me to get to know my table mates, and to wo...

1 Mar 2018

Setting the right critical limit is possibly the most important factor in managing water quality risk and ensuring the safe supply of water, whether it's drinking water or recycled water. When the critical limits are right, there is confidence that action will be taken...

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