• AMPERES

    AMPERES is an Australian company established to support government and private sector implement planning and technology solutions for integrated, sustainable management of water and energy resources. Our senior leadership has more than 60 years of experience managing the sustainable use of water, energy and natural resources in 25 countries globally, including the Asia-Pacific nations of […]

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  • Macquarie Franklin

    Macquarie Franklin is a leading consultancy for business, agriculture and the environment. We offer independent advice and support to government, industry and agribusiness. The company is privately owned and employs 20 professional staff, over half of which specialise in different aspects of water resource management. Macquarie Franklin works with water resource stakeholders across Australia. Our […]

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  • Neatport Pty Ltd

    Neatport Pty Ltd, trading as Suncoast Waste Water Management manufacturing the OZZI KLEEN range of water and waste water treatment solutions for domestic, grey water, commercial and marine applications. The manufacturing facility has a total factory area of over 9,000m2 and employs over 80 staff including; engineers, electricians, programmers, metal trades workers, roto-moulders, assemblers, delivery […]

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  • MidCoast County Council

    MidCoast County Council (trading as MidCoast Water) is a local government water utility constituted under the NSW Local Government Act. Formed in 1997, we are the only County Council in NSW managing both water supply and sewerage services in one integrated regional utility. MidCoast Water is responsible for the provision of water supply and sewerage […]

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  • Paul R. Wyrwoll Consulting Services

    I am an environmental and resources economist at the Australian National University providing independent consulting services in various areas of water management. As an academic researcher, I am able to provide water policy analysis and undertake hydro-economic modelling to inform real-world decision-making. My five years working in the water sector in the Mekong region has […]

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  • The Goyder Institute for Water Research

    The Goyder Institute is a collaborative model that brings together the South Australian Government with the State?s leading water research capabilities at the University of Adelaide, Flinders University and UniSA, in collaboration with CSIRO, into a single, comprehensive research institute. The organisation?s mandate is to provide independent, expert scientific research that not only supports new […]

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  • Nigel Peter Hayball

    I have 18 years of experience in the water resources management sector, having worked at all levels of government and with the private sector, academia, non-government organizations and at the local community level in Australia and South-east Asia. Over the past 8 years I have had contracts mostly with the ADB and the World Bank. […]

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  • JBP Pacific Scientists and Engineers Pty Ltd

    JBP is a group of chartered engineers and scientists who have worked on a range of projects in Australia, the Pacific, and internationally on projects with the World Bank and Asian Development Bank. We focus on weather and climate change risk management, in particular coastal, flooding and water-related risks. We apply an integrated approach, using […]

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  • KISTERS Pty Ltd

    KISTERS have been working in the field of time series hydrometric archive management for over 25 years. During this period KISTERS has developed and maintained a suite of products which handle all tasks from data acquisition, through to data administration, data analysis and publication. Our customers are primarily of public administrative authorities at federal, state […]

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  • MINCARB PTY LTD

    We manufacture low energy electrochemical desalination technology for novel applications. A core philosophy is to take on challenges involving problems of local and global significance. Typically these problems may not have economically feasible solutions using existing technology due to energy or cost constraints. By taking a rigorous and robust approach to our product development we […]

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