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Water for the Future

Water for the Future - Australian Government providing $254.8 million over 5 years to cities and towns with fewer than 50,000 people to upgrade older pipes and water systems, install new infrastructure and practical projects to save water and reduce water losses

10 Jan 2009

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About Us

Climate change is reducing our water supply while population growth adds demand. Availability of sufficient, affordable, fit for purpose water is a serious business risk. By acting now, using water wisely and looking for other water sources you can turn this global issue into a strategic advantage. WCG makes it easy for large water users to save water and money securing your water supply. We deliver sustainable integrated urban water solutions. We make you feel good about using water - because you know youre only using what you need, and it is provided in the most sustainable way Contact us today for a free review to see how we can help you save water and money for tomorrow - guaranteed! We can even help you pay for it.

07 Jan 2009

In the News

Councils' Water Saving Measures Pay Off

NSW councils are on their way to saving 10,000 mega litres of water by July 2010 thanks to a $22m joint initiative of the Local Government and Shires Associations of NSW (LGSA) and the NSW Water Directorate. The Water Loss Management Program, which is also partly funded by the Federal Government's Water Smart Australia Program, encourages local water utilities to adopt innovative and practical water-saving solutions. The WATER FOOTPRINT network was launched at the Corporate Water Footprint Conference, in London (UK). The Network aims to develop and apply the 'Water Footprint' to support the transition to sustainable and equitable water use and management globally, including how much intrinsic water is locked up in meat, grain and other foodstuffs produced by humans.

06 Jan 2009

Published Articles

WME Magazine - Industrial Water

WCG have helped Woolworths switch on one of the world's largest retrofitted rainwater harvesting systems, tapping the 21,000 sqm roof of its distribution centre in western Sydney to supply up to 95% of its needs.

05 Jan 2009

Published Articles

UNEP - Rainwater harvesting providing adaptation opportunities to climate change

Rainwater harvesting providing adaptation opportunities to climate change

02 Jan 2009

Published Articles

A sensible approach to savings - Water Audit

All too often water savings are identified but are never implemented. Guenter Hauber-Davidson examines how a water audit - a concept he loathes - can be done in a different way.

13 Nov 2008

Published Articles

Large Scale Rainwater Harvesting Down Under - Wasser spiegel

It may seem strange to think of rainwater harvesting and Australia, supposedly the driest continent on earth. Yet, the country can look back on a long tradition of rainwater utilisation. Strangely this is more so inland with less than 500mm of annual rainfall, where it was often the only source of water. In contrast, in some of the heavily inhabited coastal regions where most Australians live, until a few years ago rainwater harvesting was even forbidden! This is despite that coastal strip enjoying plenty of rain with 900 to 1,200mm per annum. So much for the driest continent.

07 Oct 2008

In the News


Smart meters, smarter savings Implementing one clever little device is helping a handful of Australia's major corporates, including Woolworths, get wise about water use. By Richard Collins.

11 Jan 2008

In the News

NY times - A Drought-Stricken Land Offers Help With Water

PARIS - After more than a decade of failed rains, the Murray-Darling river system in the southeast of Australia - the catchment basin for roughly one-seventh of the country - dries up before it reaches the sea.

10 May 2006

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WaterGroup works with some of Australia's largest private and public entities. See some of our clients below.