Archive for April 2021

New tech trials for IWN members

Intelligent Water Networks (IWN) has a new set of technology trials for its member water corporations. Please email the team to find out more.   Fixed/portable unit trial Open to one IWN member water corporation Test and trial BactoSense to identify, monitor, trend and make visual the impact of seasonal and operational changes on final…

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May Policy Update

Streamline Compliance Asset Management Accountability Forum VicWater will host a forum with WSAA and DTF on 11 May 2021 to discuss compliance with the DTF Asset Management Accountability Framework. There will be industry case studies from Melbourne Water, South East Water and Coliban Water, and discussions with DTF on minimising the regulatory burden. If you’d like…

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Project Officer (Ecology)

The North Central Catchment Management Authority protects and enhances the integrity of our catchments, by working in partnership with communities to deliver enduring natural resource management outcomes. We are currently seeking an enthusiastic and motivated person to join our Major Projects team. The Project Officer will support the planning approval, management, and monitoring for projects…

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Project Officer (Water for the Environment)

We are currently seeking an enthusiastic and motivated person to join our Water for the Environment team. The North Central Catchment Management Authority protects and enhances our catchments, by working in partnership with communities to deliver enduring natural resource management outcomes. The Project Officer will assist in planning, delivering, and monitoring water for the environment…

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Boost your super by up to $500

Are you eligible for the Government co-contribution? If you’re a low or middle-income earner and make personal (after-tax) contributions to your super fund, the government may also make a contribution (called a government co-contribution) up to a maximum amount of $500. The amount of government co-contribution you receive depends on your income and how much…

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Watercourse Land Regulations Submission

19 April 2021   Land Management Policy Division Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning PO Box 500 East Melbourne VIC 8002   Via email: [email protected]   Re: Land (Regulated Watercourse Land) Regulations Thank you for the opportunity to respond to the draft Land (Regulated Watercourse Land) Regulations. VicWater is the peak body of the…

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Proposed revision to the Supplier Code of Conduct

19 April 2021   Athena Rozenberg Buying for Victoria Department of Treasury and Finance Level 6, 1 Macarthur Street East Melbourne Victoria 3002 Via Email: [email protected]   Dear Athena Re: Proposed revision to the Supplier Code of Conduct. The Victorian Water Industry Association (VicWater) is the peak body for the Victorian water industry. This submission…

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Connect with Alan Sutherland

VicWater’s Connect conference will commence with a keynote presentation from Alan Sutherland, Chief Executive, Water Industry Commission for Scotland (WICS). 10,000 miles apart yet closer than we might think? The story of Scotland’s public sector water service: successes, mistakes, principles followed, and the questions yet to be answered. In April 2008 Scotland became the first…

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A Word from the CEO

While I write this column, I am flying back to Melbourne from a members meeting convened by the Water Services Association of Australia (WSAA). It was a joy to meet in person with people from across the industry while learning about a suite of initiatives being conducted by WSAA and its members. A standout for me…

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