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For over 30 years, TRILITY has been an industry leader in the delivery of water and wastewater services in Australia and New Zealand. The company has now made its extensive digital expertise available to other water operators with its independent KDX business. Although the KDX name is new, the company brings significant real-world expertise and a proven track record to offer water operators a cloud-based software solution to take their water management to the next level. KDX offers a full suite of solutions that are available separately or bundled together based on the client and the individual operator’s needs, with water treatment, wastewater treatment, and network management capability.
To close out the year, KDX's digital twin technology was highlighted as part of our wrap-up in TRILITY's end-of-year BD e-newsletter, a snapshot of TRILITY's contracts and projects. 2022 saw a multitude of KDX applications utilised across the industry and within TRILITY operations. Head to pages 6 and 7 to read more about some of the highlights for KDX in 2022! KDX provides world-leading water management software designed to maximise the efficiency of water and wastewater operations, saving...
KDX assists Murray Bridge Water Treatment Plant in winning Water Industry Operators Association of Australia (WIOA) IXOM, 2022 Best Tasting Tap Water for South Australia
With great pride, we announce that the Murray Bridge Water Treatment Plant, operated by TRILITY, has won this year’s WIOA and IXOM’s Best Tasting Tap Water in South Australia. KDX are proud to provide TRILITY's digital services division; in an ongoing role to provide sustainable operational excellence with its cutting-edge software developed specifically for advanced water treatment. Murray Bridge utilises KDX's ChemDose+ Optimiser to further enhance its water treatment process and provide...
KDX chosen as technology provider in new contract awarded by Sydney Water to construct and operate the new Upper South Creek Advanced Water Recycling Centre
Earlier this week, Sydney Water formally awarded the contract to construct and operate the new Upper South Creek Advanced Water Recycling Plant (AWRC) in Western Sydney, together with associated pipelines, to a consortium of TRILITY, John Holland, GHD, and Jacobs. John Holland will be responsible for the construction. At the same time, GHD and Jacobs will provide engineering and design services, and TRILITY will provide operations and maintenance advice during the design and construction to...