Special Awards Edition of Solutions in Water Now Available!
The Smart Water Awards are a great opportunity to celebrate the continued achievements and the high calibre of work showcased by those within the water industry in South Australia.
In this edition, we celebrate the winners of the 2017 Smart Water Awards and explore the winning projects of SA Water, HydroPlan, Dematec Automation, DEWNR, WAllbridget Gilbert Aztec and the Sponge City Consortium.
Water Industry Alliance members offer a broad scope of expertise across the water industry, providing world class services and leading edge technologies. Solutions in Water gives you an inside inside into their industry leading practices.
Click here to read the Special Awards Edition for 2017
2017 Smart Water Award Winners Announced!
The successes and achievements of the South Australian water industry were recognised and celebrated at the 2017 WIA Smart Water Awards Ceremony & Luncheon.
The 2017 Smart Water Awards Ceremony took place on Friday 7th July at the Adelaide Convention Centre with 200 leading industry professionals in attendance.
The Ceremony was hosted by Ali Clarke, ABC Radio Mornings presenter, with presentations from the Honourable Ian Hunter MLC, Minister for Water and the River Murray and Nigel McBride, CEO of Business SA.
Meet the Award winners here!
WIA leads successful Australian business mission in India
The Water Industry Alliance led its first delegation at the Confederation of Indian Industries (CII-Triveni Water Institute) 3rd Water Innovation Summit, Promoting its members and providing support for them to establish business relationships in India.
To find out more, click here.
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.
To read the latest Water Capabilities document please click here.