Remote areas of Australia are increasingly facing scarcity of fresh water and increasing ground water salinity. A self-sufficient, solar-powered, brackish water plant deals with these urgent needs, capitalises on free solar energy, provides excellent mixing rates, lowers fertiliser application rates for farms and uses less water overall.

Our plants are environmentally friendly and bring long-term solutions to this critical issue. With Moerk Water’s solar-powered plants, diesel generators, expensive fuel and pipelines that require ongoing maintenance are no longer needed.


National On-Farm Emergency Water Infrastructure Rebate Scheme

The Australian and Western Australian governments are working together to deliver $4.6 million in national rebates to livestock farmers and pastoralists in rural Western Australia for on-farm water infrastructure.

The National On-Farm Emergency Water Infrastructure Rebate Scheme is available to eligible commercial livestock farmers and pastoralists in rural WA. The rebate is for 25% up to a maximum of $25 000 for the purchase of new water infrastructure, delivery and installation to address animal welfare needs and improves resilience to drought.

Full guidelines and eligible activities available in the Information for applicants.