The Australian Water Association NSW Branch Awards promote the outstanding work by individuals and organisations in the water industry and recognise innovation and excellence in the technology, business and delivery of water projects.
Along with the prestige of being recognised as ‘the best in New South Wales’ winners of a number of the NSW Water Awards will automatically be entered into the equivalent Australian Water Awards category, which are presented at Ozwater each year.
Help us to recognise the contributions to the water industry by nominating yourself, your organisation or someone else.
2019 NSW Water Awards - Finalists Announced
We are pleased to announce the 2019 NSW Water Awards Finalists below. Winners will announced at the the NSW Heads of Water Gala Dinner on Friday, 8 March at the Hilton, Sydney.
Research Innovation Award
• Analytics to Predict Anaerobic Co-digestion & Downstream Process Performance, The University of Technology Sydney and Sydney Water
• Increasing Energy Resilience in Sydney Water through Novel Energy Storage and Management Solutions For Sewage Pumping Stations, Sydney Water
• R2T2 Rapid Response Robot- For the Non-Destructive Inspection and Assessment of Critical Water Mains, The University of Technology Sydney and Sydney Water
Program Innovation Award
• Energy Master Plan, Sydney Water
• Love Water, Hunter Water
Infrastructure Project Innovation Award
• Belmont Cessnock Treatment Plant Inlet Works Remediation, Hunter H2O and Hunter Water Corporation
• Green Square Stormwater Drainage Project, City of Sydney and Sydney Water
• Nabiac Water Supply System, MidCoast Council
• The SOURCE Hydropanel Demonstration Project, Zero Mass Water (Australia) Pty Ltd
Student Water Prize
• Epidemiology and detection of enteric viruses in clinical and environmental matrices - Jennifer Lun, University of New South Wales
• Mechanistic Insight into Antibiotics and Endocrine Disruptors Removal by Wood-Derived Biochar, Functionalized Biochar and Biochar Composite - Mohammad Boshir Ahmed, The University of Technology Sydney
• Real-time monitoring of cyanobacteria: validation of fluorometers as a tool for optimising treatment processes - Florence Choo, University of New South Wales
• Role of Economic Diversification in Sustainable Water Management: A Socio-Hydrological Analysis - Mahendran Roobavannan, The University of Technology Sydney
Young Water Professional of the Year (sponsored by Monadelphous)
• Peter Haylock, Principal Engineer, Atlas Engineering
• Ronica Koey, Communication and Engagement Advisor, Sydney Water
• Yulia Shutova, Professional Water Engineer, AECOM
• Qilin Wang, Senior Lecturer and Australian Research Council DECRA Fellow, University of Technology Sydney
Water Professional of the Year
• Kurt Dahl, Managing Director, Permeate Partners
• Kevin Young, Managing Director, Sydney Water
Find out more about previous winners here
For queries about the NSW Awards please contact:
P: 02 9436 0055