WSAA is the peak industry body for the Australian urban water industry

Our members provide water and sewerage services to approximately 16 million Australians and many of Australia's largest industrial and commercial enterprises.

WSAA acts on behalf of all members, providing a strong, national voice for the sector
WSAA supports members in their engagement with other members, customers, stakeholders and the community
WSAA is proud of the willingness of members to innovate and always seek smarter ways of doing things.
calendarJan 28
No water bill shocks with heat waves
​Australia recorded its hottest year on record last year and the heat is showing no signs of stoppi... read more
calendarNov 25
The elephant in the room - unconscious bias
​At a recent AWA Water summit I was lucky to be a part of a panel whose job it was to discuss and d... read more
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calendarApr 08
Strategy to provide greater research outcomes to members
We are pleased to share with you the Water Services Association of Australia (WSAA) Research Strate... read more
calendarApr 03
NBweb benchmarking tool now live
A National Business Water Efficiency Benchmarking website - NBweb - is now up and running. Fourteen... read more
calendarApr 03
Capital recycling and customer value the theme for WSAA at Ozwater'14
WSAA are pleased to present the WSAA Stream agenda for Ozwater'14. To be held on the 30 April, the ... read more
calendarFeb 04
WaterRA seeks new CEO
The WaterRA Board is seeking suitably qualified internal and external candidates to apply for the C... read more
calendarFeb 03
2014 LGNSW Water Management Conference – Call for Papers
Local Government NSW calls for papers and proposals for presentations for the 2014 LGNSW Water Mana... read more
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