Charter Hall Smart Metering (2017)
Pemulwuy Shopping Centre
Pemulwuy Shopping Centre found a 35L/min leak through WaterGroup's smart metering system. Rectifying the leak saved the centre $1,200 per week. Read full case study here.
Fairfield Council Smart Metering (2017)
Fairfield Council engaged WaterGroup in December 2016 to implement a smart metering system at three of their aquatic centres. The system immediately picked up a 30L/min leak and helped the council avoid significant water and cost wastage. Read full case study here.
ANU University Smart Metering (2016)
Australian National University
WaterGroup were engaged by the ANU through a tender process to install a Smart Metering system across their campus to understand their water usage and better manage their consumption and costs. Read full case study here.
RMIT City Performance Contracting Project (2016)
WaterGroup in collaboration with Siemens was engaged by RMIT to supply, install and provide a holistic water efficiency and risk management service for 20 water meters at the City campus. The service is part of a larger EPC/performance contracting project currently underway at RMIT. The active management service guaranteed 7,215kL/yr savings for RMIT. In just a few months since commencement, RMIT found a large leak through the active monitoring service which saved them approximately $22,000/month! Read full case study here.
Federation University Smart Metering (2016)
Federation University is committed towards being the most sustainable university in regional Australia. As part of these efforts they implemented a smart metering system at their campuses to enable them to remotely monitor their usage and avoid any unnecessary water and cost wastage. With its easy to use interface and automatic alert abilities, WaterGroup’s monitoring system was chosen to fulfil this purpose.
In May 2016 the smart metering system alerted the University of a significant 150 L/min leak. Read full case study here.
Investigation Into Automated Meter Reading (2015)
Dubbo City Council
Provided a consultation report to Dubbo City Council which contained a rigorous cost and benefit analysis of automated meter reading (AMR) systems in Australia. Report also provided case studies on previous AMR systems implemented, a features list and a comprehensive comparison of technologies available.
Epenarra Water Use Assessment and Leakage Test (2013)
Power and Water
Assessment of large increase in water usage in a remote community. The project included assessment of residential and commercial use plus a leakge step test of the water network.
Strategic Water Supply Monitoring System Review and Upgrade (2013)
Mt Buller Mt Stirling Resort Management
The project consisted of designing a metering strategy to remotely and automatically monitor water use at the ski resort.
Galiwinku Leakage Assessment (2012)
Power and Water
The project consisted of a comprehensive water loss investigation. Ongoing assistance was provided to minimise water loss in the remote indigenous community.
The project covered design and commissioning of pressure management, acoustic leakage detection survey and leakage pinpointing.
Energy Plant- Stormwater Treatment Plant (2012)
Built a Stormwater Treatment Plant for a Queensland Hospital. The plant provides a sustainable water supply for the cooling towers at the hospital.
Supermarkets Smart Metering (2012)
Smart Metering for 158 stores all across Australia. Operation, maintenance and monitoring of smart metering data to provide the food retail giant with actionable items and verification of water savings achieved. The program is providing the organisation with sizeable water and cost savings every month. $2 for every $1 to be precise.
Schools Smart Metering (2012)
Installation of a smart metering system on water, electricity, solar and gas meters at 90 Public Schools.
Designed a special student friendly smart metering website interface to integrate water and energy management in curriculum.