In the News

Parliament passes National Water Commission Amendment Bill

The NWC will continue in its role as an independent statutory body providing transparent assurance on all governments' progress in meeting their commitments under the National Water Initiative (NWI) and other important water reforms,

22 Jun 2012

In the News

New Approach To Water Conservation

Melburnians face the biggest overhaul in the supply of household water in decades with a new plan to change the cost of water and where it comes from. A ministerial advisory council report released today recommends dramatically altering the city's approach to water including expanding competition among government-owned water businesses and creating a water trading market, licensing private providers to offer not-for-drinking recycled and storm water to the home and the possibility of paying a premium on water bills to avoid restrictions.

23 Apr 2012

In the News

"Securing" Australia's Water Future - New book launched

Managing the nation's rivers and water resources has been a learning experience as we deal with challenging water management issues. Australian companies and governments have developed many skills, policies and processes that are now available on the world market. The book Securing Australia's Water Future is the first in the series and features articles by leading Australian water industry commentators.

01 Feb 2012

In the News

New Qld Funding for developing energy and water-saving technologies

QSEIF funding of $200,000 for developing innovative technologies to save energy and water - closes 24 February 2012

05 Jan 2012

In the News

How are the world's corporations handling water resource management?

The CDP's water use questionnaire - sent out to over 300 of the world's largest corporations - was designed to record the possible impacts and constraints experienced by businesses as a result of their water use and access to resources - The report, was prepared by Environmental Resource Management (ERM),

02 Jan 2012

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