Access to clean water, adequate toilets and good hygiene should be fundamental human rights. Sadly, millions of people around the world are not afforded these basic necessities. For those living in disadvantaged communities in developing countries, the COVID-19 crisis poses additional threats associated with poor hygiene and sanitation. Australia’s Water Industry has united to improve

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COVID-19 has shocked the world, challenging many local and national governments until social distancing restrictions ease. However, some infrastructure projects are so critical to the health and wellbeing of the local community, that they cannot wait. For a local crew undertaking one of the largest diameter wastewater rehabilitation projects New Zealand has ever seen, this

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The arrival of COVID-19 has compelled people around the globe to adopt social distancing to protect themselves and their communities. However, for those working in essential services, there is still a level of community contact required. This begs the question: how should companies manage their community relations during a pandemic? Specialist in water infrastructure and

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Interflow’s approach to managing COVID-19 COVID-19 has evolved rapidly and there is a major societal shift which has affected people and industries across the globe. Amid this pandemic, people will still need to rely on continuity of water and sanitation services. Interflow discusses its approach to maintaining business continuity to meet essential services for its

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As the manager of the Melbourne Water Maribyrnong Sewer Upgrade project – a major upgrade of seven kilometres of sewer line in Melbourne’s north-west – Interflow’s Siripansa Angsuwittaya is demonstrating that the sky’s the limit when there’s no glass ceiling. But this hasn’t always been her experience; she had to overcome some practical barriers to

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For Interflow Project Engineer, Queenie Trinh, the gender imbalance within civil engineering did nothing to deter her from diving into the industry. She enjoys the variety of her role and has forged a successful career in project management and discovered the value of getting a first-hand insight into work practices by literally getting in the

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With so much of Australia’s water and sewerage infrastructure built before the 1970s, many water, wastewater and stormwater assets are reaching the end of their expected 50-year lifecycle – a phenomenon known as the ‘infrastructure cliff’. Risks associated with ageing infrastructure are compounded by pressure caused by Australia’s ever-growing population, and the impact of increasingly

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Complex jobs

In the business of repairing and renewing pipelines, no two jobs are ever the same. Some are unique for their location, while others are set apart by their technical requirements. Others require crews to negotiate environmental variables like tides, and some are influenced by the needs of the community.   When you’ve been in business

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The collapse of Lismore City Council’s 100-year-old sewer line needed more than just a relining repair: it required an innovational approach to overcome the serious challenges concurrent with this 5-metre-deep sewer that was situated in one of Lismore’s narrowest laneways. Nestled in the heart of Lismore down the confined alleyway of Larkin Lane, Lismore City

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Industry-leading pipeline repair, restoration and renewal company, Interflow has been recognised for its excellence in the ASTT’s most prestigious awards for trenchless technology. Every year, the Australian society of Trenchless Technology (ASTT) embarks on a nationwide hunt to find the movers and shakers in the trenchless technology industry. Interflow’s Managing Director and pioneer in trenchless

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Workers during construction project.

You can’t plan for the unexpected but, when disaster strikes, having well-established contacts; the ability to mobilise necessary personnel, tools and materials; extensive in-house experience; and a dedicated team provides the best chance of achieving positive outcomes. The magnitude 6.2 earthquake that shook Christchurch, New Zealand, in February 2011 caused mass devastation and claimed 185

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Industry-leading pipeline repair, restoration and renewal company Interflow has been recognised for its excellence in civil constructions at Australia’s most prestigious civil infrastructure awards. Interflow – an Australian-owned company – operates throughout Australasia to repair, restore and renew underground pipelines and associated assets. It was named the winner of the Victorian and Queensland Civil Contractors

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As Australia’s most prestigious awards in civil infrastructure, the CCF Awards recognises excellence in civil construction. Renowned leader in pipeline renewal and rehabilitation, Interflow has landed a place in the finals. Civil Contractors Federation Queensland (CCF QLD) has just announced the finalists for the CCF QLD Earth Awards. Partnering with Unitywater, Interflow’s rehabilitation of a

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