Halls Creek Hip Hop - 'Save the ngaba!'
21 Apr 2017
This fantastic music video has been written, performed and produced by amazing young people from Halls Creek to encourage the community to save WA’s precious water – or ngaba in the local Aboriginal language.
“Thank you to the talented young people of Halls Creek for creating such a great waterwise music video – the result is a brilliant clip that showcases our beautiful Kimberley and the talented local community,” said our acting North West Regional Manager, Stuart Dyson.
Recognition as a global leader in planning for climate resilience
27 Apr 2017
Water Corporation was appointed as 1 of only 6 inaugural members of the Leading Utilities of the World group at The Global Water Summit last month, recognising WA's world leading water innovation.
Our Chief Executive Officer, Sue Murphy, said WA’s story of a drying climate and how we planned for and delivered climate independent water sources, while at the same time working with the community to use less water, was well known and highly regarded in international water circles.
WA businesses recognised for leading the way in water efficiency
9 May 2017
Water Minister Dave Kelly has congratulated WA’s top water saving businesses for saving over 12 billion litres of water last year through participating in our water efficiency programs. These include Waterwise Business, Waterwise Office and Waterwise Development programs, which have contributed to more than 72 billion litres in water savings since they began.