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National Water Week workshop: small Indigenous communities and their water supply



Stephen Purvis, a Water Research Engineer with the Technical Research Group at the Centre for Appropriate Technology at Alice Springs, will provide a presentation about the characteristics of small Indigenous communities and their water supplies across Australia. The presentation will examine the varying technical and management challenges that service providers and residents face, the often creative ways they respond and approaches for supporting small Indigenous communities to improve their supplies. This presentation is part of a quarterly professional and technical networking session known as the Alice Springs Information X-change, initiated by Engineers Australia, in collaboration with Australian Water Association.

This event is from 4 - 4.30pm. Following the seminar, light refreshments will be provided. The cost is free.

Venue: CAT conference room, CAT services building, Heath Road, Alice Springs, Northern Territory


Australian Water Association
Ph: (08) 8362 7576


Last updated: 18 October 2012
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