Welcome to InSite Water
What is InSite Water
Volume management reduces runoff volume, downstream flooding and helps restore stream flows. InSite water will help optimise the size of rainwater retention tanks and water infiltration pits.
Stormwater flow reduction (detention) protects existing Council stormwater assets that are nearing capacity or already overcapacity. InSite Water will help you size stormwater detention tanks to meet Council requirements.
Improving stormwater runoff quality improves the health of our rivers and coastal areas. We help you design Water Sensitive Urban Design (WSUD) treatments for smaller sites including: raingardens, infiltration, bioswales, swales and green roofs
InSite Water helps you specify water efficiency for your project to save money on bills and to increase your project’s drought resilience. This includes appropriate use of rainwater and water efficient appliances.
If you are located in South Australia you can
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Solutions for Civil and Environmental Engineers, ESD Consultants and Building Design Professionals. We help you to quickly create lot scale stormwater designs that meet Council and Water Authority requirements.
Complete Council Solutions
We work with Councils to help simplify the stormwater approvals process for both applicants and for Council officers. Our software covers both engineering and environmental aspects of stormwater.
Water and Planning Authorities
We can customise the tool to meet your local conditions and policy objectives. Whether it's water saving for drought resilience, flood prevention, or environmental protection controls, we can provide a mechanism for the building industry to demonstrate compliance.
Academic and Home Users
InSite Water has inbuilt training on designing stormwater systems to meet flood prevention guidelines and environmental outcomes. We support a free report for students and home users to learn about Integrated Water Management.
InSite Water is designed and maintained by the team at Organica Engineering. We are an independent engineering consultancy specialising in partnering with other organisations on Integrated Water Management and other sustainability opportunities. We are based in Melbourne, Australia.
We would like to thank the following people and councils for their advice and technical support:
Manningham Council, Knox Council and Melbourne Water.
Melissa Bradley – Water Sensitive SA, Andrew Allan – Stormwater Australia, Dr Peter Coombes – Urban Water Cycle Solutions, Professor John Argue AO – University of South Australia, Baden Myers – University of South Australia, Chris Beardshaw – Afflux consulting, Edmund Horun – RMIT University, Micah Pendergast – Melbourne Water