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CEO to hand over the reins after a decade in role

Water Corporation chief executive officer Sue Murphy has announced she has decided not to renew her contract, which expires at the end of the year. Mrs Murphy has spent a decade as CEO, and has played a key role in WA’s future by maintaining water supplies at a demanding and complex time of declining rainfall and resources-led growth.

Albany is getting ‘splashed with colour’

A project to bring Water Corporation assets to life in highly visible locations around Albany is nearly complete. This wastewater pump station on York Street was painted by Karlee Bertola. Artists took inspiration from the local community, with Water Corporation organising two workshops with Albany SHS and the Albany Youth Support Association to hear about their connection to water.

Perth’s two desalination plants have now produced one trillion litres of drinking water

How much is one trillion litres of water? Imagine Optus Stadium filled around 1,000 times – or 444,444 Olympic-sized swimming pools. The Perth Seawater Desalination Plant first started producing drinking water in 2006 and the Southern Seawater Desalination Plant came online in 2011. They have a combined capacity of around 145 billion litres of water a year.

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