Integrated Water Management

Integrated Water Management

In-Site Water.

In-Site water is an online Integrated Water Management toolkit developed by Organica Engineering. It helps you design:

  • Rainwater tanks including optimising: size; roof area connected; and which end uses are best
  • Raingardens and other WSUD treatments
  • Stormwater treatment options and sizing (providing a STORM  score)
  • Water efficiency and water end uses
  • Alternative water sources
  • Water retention, infiltration and
  • Water detention

One tool. One portal. Best practice assured. Design and reporting built in.

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If you’ve ever struggled to pull together an integrated water management application for Council or other Responsible Authority, you’ll know the reality of co-ordinating a team of professionals who just don’t want to budge on their idea of what needs to be in the report – and who also remain stubbornly blind to what they don’t want to put in.

It can feel like everyone you speak to on your application team has a different must-have item to go in the report.

The In-Site Water tool guides design decisions for ESD, civil engineering, and landscape architectural features relating to Integrated Water Management.

With In-Site Water, you use one portal.

One simple, clear, fast user interface that guides you through every part of the IWM (Integrated Water Management) design and compiles it all into a printable report at the end.

Who made In-Site Water, anyway?

In-Site Water is the brainchild of Ian Adams, Director of Organica Engineering P/L, one of Australia’s foremost Environmental Engineering consultancies.

Ian says:

“We saw firsthand how frustrating it is for both Councils and applicants to sift through industry standards for IWM and try to pick out what design applications suit a site best. We dreamed of a tool that could make IWM easier for everyone AND deliver best practice-compliant applications.

We really wanted a win/win/win solution that worked for applicants, Councils and the environment.

And I think We’ve done it!  In-Site Water is the result of a year’s worth of research and development. We’ve mined the brain-banks of industry leaders, civil and environmental engineers, international web framework specialists, and coder friends. We’ve tested the tool, and have plans to make it better still.”  

Click here to start your In-Site Water experience today.