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Australian water congress and expo

 

Overview

The congress brings together all the stakeholders in Australia's water industry and focuses on the effective management and regulation of this essential resource. It provides the perfect platform for industry specialists to discuss government policy and new industry initiatives.

With significant changes underway including industry reform and new water management initiatives; this event will present new policies ideas and projects. Presentations provide insight and solutions to the key challenges currently facing Australia's water sector including infrastructure development; demand management; drought and flood planning; pricing; funding and industry regulation.

Presentations provide insight and solutions to the key challenges currently facing Australia's water sector including infrastructure and catchment development; demand management; drought and flood planning; pricing; funding and industry regulation.

Senior level speakers represent federal, state and local government departments and agencies; water companies and utilities; distributors; water catchment authorities; water conservation; project managers; and major water users.

The program includes an Indigenous focus:

Aboriginal people's perspective
Phil Duncan, Chair, First Peoples Water Engagement Council, National Water Commission and Environment
Recognition of Aboriginal peoples' needs, rights, interests and contributions in rivers and fresh waters

Contacts

Active Business Communications
PO Box 359
Crows Nest NSW 1585
Ph: (02) 9008 1101
Fax: (02) 8415 7107
Email: anthony@abcevents.net.au

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Last updated: 13 March 2012
 
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