Publications

WSAA as a service to its members publishes a range of informative and useful publications including case studies, fact sheets, guidelines, reports, position and occasional papers and submissions.

Product appraisals & reports

The WSAA National Product Appraisals program is a voluntary scheme that provides a single coordinated appraisal of a product's conformity to the needs of the urban water businesses.

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Name
Author
Date
Towards Resilience Case Study - Conserving water through digital transformation
Water Services Association of Australia and Mackay Regional Council
Towards Resilience Case Study - Conserving water through advances in leak prevention
Water Services Association of Australia and Sydney Water
Towards Resilience Case Study - Carbon neutral Logan
Water Services Association of Australia and Logan City Council
Towards Resilience Case Study - Application of a shadow carbon price in capital decision making
Water Services Association of Australia and Coliban Water
Towards Resilience Case Study - 1MV floating solar array, Rosedale Wastewater Treatment Plant
Water Services Association of Australia and Watercare
Submission to the Central and Gippsland Sustainable Water Strategy Discussion Draft
Water Services Association of Australia
Submission to Urban National Performance Reporting Framework Indicator Review - Draft Report
Water Services Association of Australia
Small to Medium Enterprise Engagement - Summary report of a survey of SMEs and water businesses by WSAA and the IoTAA
Water Services Association of Australia and the Internet of Things Alliance Australian (IoTAA)
Towards resilience: Climate change and the urban water industry in Australia and New Zealand
Water Services Association of Australia
Water fueling the path to a hydrogen future: The role of the urban water industry in Australia and New Zealand's renewable energy future
Water Services Association of Australia
WSAA Annual Report 2020-2021
Water Services Association of Australia
Australian Urban Water Industry Research Priorities Agenda
Water Services Association of Australia and WaterRA