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A BIG thank you to all of those who visited us at HYDRO18 in Sydney last week. What a fantastic event in beautiful Darling Harbour. The DML team were there in force and we really enjoyed connecting with customers and suppliers alike. The week was a great success with Greg Co...
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“Pathways to Excellence” Conference, Rotorua 19th – 21 October 2016

Declan Stubbing, Jimmy Van Der Pauw and Kevin Smith have submitted their paper in preparation for Water New Zealand's annual conference and are looking forward to showcasing some of our latest results and technology. Here's a few images of what to expect. Hope to see you at...
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