The Water Services Association of Australia (WSAA) is pleased to release the Water Efficiency 2017 Report by Smart Approved WaterMark (SAWM).

The Report demonstrates the breadth of water initiatives being undertaken by water utilities and councils around Australia to engage with customers, encourage water conservation and tackle demand management. 

Using water wisely continues to be part of the water security equation and through the many programs around Australia, water utilities continue to help customers reduce their water use. Recognising that education is a key factor in changing behaviour, the Report shows nearly all water utilities and councils have educational programs starting from preschool aged children through to adults.   

With drought part of Australia’s history and its future, Australian water utilities are setting the benchmark for water efficiency knowledge and engagement worldwide.

Download the Water Efficiency 2017 Report. 

For water saving advice click here.

To find out more about Smart Approved WaterMark and its certification of water efficient products in Australia and Europe please click here.

1 Dec 2017

Sandi Kolbe

Sandi Kolbe

Communications Manager