Seven award winners were announced at last Friday’s Australian Water Association Western Australian Water Awards, as part of this year’s National Water Week celebrations. Syrinx Environmental and the Australian Fine China Project took out the Water Corporation and Department of Water and Environmental Regulation Innovating for Sustainable Water and Environmental Outcomes Award with its decentralised…

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Ross Love has been appointed as the new chair of the Water Corporation’s Board. Mr Love has a background in management having spent 25 years in leadership roles with Boston Consulting Group in Australia and New York. Mr Love is also currently Chair of Fremantle Ports and Board member of the Western Australian Regional Development…

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The Department of Water invites you to an information session about the updated Decision Process for Stormwater Management in WA: Draft for Consultation, to hear about the document’s main approaches and criteria and to provide an opportunity for attendees to ask questions. Multiple disciplines (e.g. engineers, landscape architects, planners, environmental officers) from local governments and…

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The Australian Car Wash Association has put out an interactive educational flyer to help memebers of the community understand what stormwater is and how to avoid it getting polluted with everyday activities. The flyer has links to lots of great videos and information sites. This is a great tool for use with all community members,…

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All the latest in water news, events, awards and grants can be found in the New WAter Ways eNewsletter. The September issue is available to view online. Click to View the Newsletter

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The Department of Water has released the Decision Process for Stormwater Management in WA: Draft for Consultation for comment until 21 October 2016. Urban development should be designed to ensure that liveable, resilient, sustainable and productive cities and communities are created by interconnecting the built, social and natural environments. Urban stormwater systems play a significant…

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Department of Water launches ‘UNDO’ tool The UNDO tool assists urban development proponents and state and local government agencies to evaluate nutrient reduction decisions for urban developments on the sandy Swan Coastal Plain. UNDO is designed for ease-of-use by urban development proponents and for assessment by local and state government authorities. It is web-based, and…

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All the latest in water news, events, awards and grants can be found in the New WAter Ways eNewsletter. The September issue is available to view online. Click to View the Newsletter

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