Environmental health experts at Flinders University are advancing research into a highly sustainable wastewater recycling program by developing a cost-effective way to harvest microalgal biomass for […]
Flinders environmental health research is behind a successful wastewater treatment project in rural South Australia which is leading the way in sustainable water reuse, energy savings […]
A new classroom at Oaklands Wetland is bringing science to life for high school and university students with hands-on experience of stormwater testing and monitoring. The […]
An improved wastewater system using algae to accelerate the breakdown of effluent presents Australian rural communities with a significant breakthrough in cheaper and more efficient wastewater […]
Beware – the ‘Zombie Apocalypse’ will return to Flinders Bedford Park next year. Using theoretically-grounded techniques, the new course put science students to the survival test […]
The US Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) has awarded research by the Flinders School of the Environment a top 10 spot in its ranking of 75 entries […]
In a world first, a Flinders designed wastewater treatment system has been accepted as an alternative to existing passive lagoon systems for use in South Australia.
A poisonous, “hairy efflorescence” in a 17th century Polish lake is likely to be the first recorded example of a toxic blue-green algal bloom, say environmental scientists at Flinders.
Flinders University’s new integrated waste treatment and algae growing system at Roseworthy Piggery, north of Adelaide, aims to make pork production more sustainable and eco-friendly.