Here you will find information about upcoming events and training programs to help your business save water.
WALGA Convention – 7-9 August 2019
With the theme of Local Government: Renewal Practical plus the superb location of the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre, this year’s WALGA Convention event is not to be missed.
We'll be an exhibitor this year and will have a special announcement to share.
Find out more via the WALGA website.
50th Annual Leisure Institute of WA Aquatics (LIWA) State Conference – 12-13 August 2019
Anticipating their biggest conference yet, LIWA Aquatics is holding their 2 day conference at the Esplanade Hotel Fremantle. With their trade display already sold out, this is event that should be on your aquatic centre’s calendar.
Find out more via the LIWA website.
Waterwise Irrigation Expo – 14 August 2019
Proudly sponsored by Water Corporation and Department of Water and Environmental Regulation, this year's Waterwise Irrigation Expo will be held at Optus Stadium. The expo will have a trade show area featuring 30 exhibitors as well as education seminars. With topics covering the main playing pitch and landscape precinct design, attendees will be taken in and around the stadium.
It's an event your Parks and Gardens Team shouldn't miss!
Find out more via Irrigation Australia's website.
Online water efficiency training
We have launched new water efficiency eLearning training modules for business and waterwise service providers. Modules include:
- Water efficient landscape and irrigation
- Water auditing for non-residential facilities
- Cooling tower water efficiency.
Each module contains learning materials, activities and quizzes, and your certificate is available upon successful completion.
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Cooling tower efficiency training
Cooling towers are important components of cooling systems in large commercial facilities and often consume large amounts of water.
A study by Water Corporation suggests many sites have the potential to achieve significant water savings through improved management of existing cooling towers. These water savings can lead to improved sustainability ratings for your building and reduced operational costs.
Water Corporation has designed a course to highlight opportunities to minimise water use in existing cooling tower systems.
If you are interested in attending our next course please contact us.
For further information including a course outline download our Cooling Tower Water Efficiency Course.