Aqua Assets on the right track to exhibit their capabilities at AUSJET22

Thu, 19 Aug 2021

AUSJET/ADCVA member Aqua Assets are just one of many exhibitors who’ll be presenting their business capabilities at AUSJET22 our dedicated water jet, drain and vacuuming technology exhibition and conference, held at the Melbourne Showgrounds in March 2022.

Aqua Assets has provided water and waste management services to businesses in the utility, construction, engineering, and trade sectors for over 25 years.

As an exhibitor at AUSJET22, Aqua Assets will not only exhibit their capabilities, but the importance of professional training and safety as well through their RTO Asset Training which has been operating since 2006.

“Aqua Assets initially started the RTO to keep our staff trained and compliant with industry safety requirements but since then it has continued to grow into a reputable training organisation which now also services external clients,” Aqua Assets Project Manager Holly Tonner said.

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Above: Aqua Assets Project Manager Holly Tonner.

Over the years Aqua Assets have continued to expand their core business as well. Holly said expanding and diversifying the business has been a priority for the company who are constantly looking to incorporate new technologies to assist with their several contracts within the sector.

“A trial project utilising Electro Scan Inc’s Focused Electrode Leak Location (FELL) technology to evaluate sewer mains ranging from 150mm to 400mm was completed in December 2019 with Sydney Water, Australia’s largest water utility,” she said.

“Sydney Water will use the findings from this trial to see if they can improve the way they test their new and rehabilitated pipelines and prioritise their repair strategies for existing wastewater pipelines.”

On top of assisting with the development of new technologies, a recent focus of Aqua Assets in 2021 has been within the rail industry.

“We have now added a Hi-Rail Combination Unit to our fleet,” Holly said.

“It allows for non-destructive digging as well as drain cleaning which makes it a rare piece of equipment in Australia. We are currently authorised to operate on various rail networks throughout Australia and already have contracts in place with ARTC and Sydney Trains and are hoping to continue to grow that sector of our business in the future”.

Aqua Assets will be exhibiting their services and capabilities at AUSJET22 on March 30 and 31, 2022. To find out more about AUSJET22 including how you can showcase your business to the sector by also becoming an exhibitor, go to ausjetconnect.com.au 

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Above: Aqua Assets Hi-Rail Combination Unit.

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