RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT
Since 2010, Parkway has invested in excess of $10 million on cutting-edge research, development and commercialisation related activities to advance a range of technologies with applications in the water sector. In addition to our own R&D activities, we partner with our clients and collaborate with leading researchers.READ MORE
STRATEGIC R&D PARTNER (VU - ISILC)
Victoria University - Institute for Sustainable Industries & Liveable Cities (ISILC)
Parkway has an established R&D partnership and has been collaborating with Victoria University since 2015. Together, Parkway and Victoria University have been successfully awarded a number of prestigious Australian Research Council (ARC) and other R&D related grants and awards. Parkway has co-located staff at Victoria University, supports a number of researchers including a PhD student sponsored by the company, and maintains facilities including an R&D office at Victoria University’s Werribee campus, in Victoria, Australia.
ARC HUB PARTICIPATION (EESep)
Australian Research Council Research Hub for Energy-Efficient Separation (ARC-EESep)
Activated Water Technologies (AWT), a wholly owned subsidiary of Parkway, is a founding member of the ARC-EESep research hub. It consists of a world-class team incorporating 8 leading Australian universities, 3 international universities and 20 leading industry partners. The primary aim of the research hub is to develop more energy-efficient, cost-competitive and environmentally sustainable separation technologies.It is directed by an experienced industry advisory panel. The managing director of Parkway, Bahay Ozcakmak, serves on the industry advisory panel.
In addition to established collaborations with industry and academia, Parkway has successfully developed an internal innovation culture, where inhouse technicians, engineers and process experts collaborate, to develop smarter ways to solve difficult water treatment related challenges.