Smart Water Awards 2018 - Nominations Extended!
The due date for nominations has been extended until 4pm, Friday 13th April 2018.
Members are encouraged to submit innovative projects, new alliances, business improvements, success in exports and other achievements for one of the Smart Water Awards.
Visit our Smart Water Awards website for further details on the award categories, eligibility and how to enter. Submit your nomination online via the Smart Water Awards website or download the MS Word version of the nomination forms and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have tried to make the nomination process as simple as possible with only four or five criteria to specifically address for each award category.
The 2018 Award categories include:
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New WIA Board appointed for 2017-2018
The Water Industry Alliance Annual General Meeting saw the election of the 2017-2018 Board members, which included the appointment of two new members from the small-to-medium enterprise sector.
David Hart, CEO of Dematec Automation, and Andrew Tefer, Managing Director of Australian Water Environments, have joined the Alliance Board for the first time.
The AGM also saw the departure of longstanding Board member Tim Waterhouse, as well as Alister Walsh.
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Issue 3 of OnePercent out now!
The One Percent blog showcases the best of Australia's water industry as well as tackling some of the challenges that the industry is facing.
In this edition, world-leading pump manufacturer Grundfos shares its committment to doing business in a responsible and sustainable way.
You can also read about the lastest in research, projects and innovations from Water Indsutry Alliance (WIA) members.
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Water Capabilities South Australia
South Australia is a world leader in water management. The State has developed internationally competititve water capabilities over many decades in response to the challenging issues of water availability, water use and water treatement.
By Partnering with South Australia on your water issue, you'll have access to our internationally-recognised water capabilities, including stormwater harvesting and managed aquifer recharge, wastewater treatement and re-use, water quality and testing management, water resource optimisation and irrigation efficiency.
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Industry opportunities through expansion of agriculture in the Northern Adelaide Plains
SA Water and Primary Industries and Regions SA (PIRSA) have partnered to develop the Northern Adelaide Irrigation Scheme (NAIS), a key component of developing the South Australian Government’s Northern Adelaide Plains Agribusiness Initiative, providing a coordinated approach to accelerating growth in the area.
Initial opportunities through the SA Water/PIRSA developed Northern Adelaide Irrigation Scheme (NAIS) for industry will evolve from the development of upgraded infrastructure to carry out the project.
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