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Galip Nuts brand packaging

January 31, 2018 / Marketing Communications/New projects - Bruno Carrocci

After a year’s hard work, brainstorming and working with parties in Papua New Guinea and Australia, the Arris team are excited to be preparing to go to print with labels for a brand new food product. The Galip Nut is indigenous to PNG, and the first PNG grown and produced product. Our role has been […]

3 Steps to fresh content

October 17, 2017 / Marketing Communications/New projects - Bruno Carrocci

It’s the challenge we all face; fresh, regular content updates on our website; How do we keep our clients informed about our product or service? How do we keep our audience engaged? In the past we’d put out newsletters every couple of months. Gathering stories as they occurred, editing, sourcing images and publishing when we […]

Annual website review

February 22, 2017 / Marketing Communications/New projects - Bruno Carrocci

Arris recently completed an annual review of a website we built for Water Sensitive SA. We enjoyed the opportunity to revisit this project in order to create an even better experience for viewers as well as upgrade usability for the administrators. Based on client feedback, we improved the way images display when illustrating design projects, […]

Domestic Ozone R&D

June 1, 2016 / New projects/Water Treatment & Technologies - Bruno Carrocci

Arris to┬áconduct research and development of domestic ozone generation. Laundry detergents may contain a number of chemicals that can be harmful to the environment such as phosphorus, sodium, and benzophenone-2. When discharged as wastewater these chemicals can cause pollution and environmental harm in soils and waterways. Arris, through our ozone research and development program has […]

Reuse of urban recycled water in agriculture

Arris Pty Ltd (www.arris.com.au) has been successful in obtaining a consultancy with the USA WateReuse Research Foundation to contribute to a world-wide study on the state of reuse of urban recycled water in agriculture. ┬áThe team leader is Dr Bahman Sheikh of San Francisco, whilst Ted Gardner and Jim Kelly of Arris will be delivering […]

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