The Australian Water Association WA Awards have been designed to acknowledge the exceptional achievements by individuals and organisations in the WA water industry. The Awards recognise innovation and excellence in delivery of water projects and programs. The awards have become the vehicle that showcases the outstanding work that is being carried out across the state, including a number of entries from Regional WA. The Awards were established in 1996 to recognise and celebrate outstanding contributions related to water in Western Australia.
The WA Awards are in line with the Australian Water Association National Awards and provide the opportunity for the WA winners to enter in the National Awards which are presented at Ozwater each year.
2018 WA Water Awards - Now Open
You can nominate for the 2018 awards by clicking on the links below.
. Nominations will close 31 August 2018.
Winners are announced at the WA Water Awards Dinner on 26 October 2018.
The WA Water Awards categories are:
Why enter the Awards:
- Recognition of your / your organisation’s achievements.
- Creation of PR / media promotion opportunities.
- Motivate your team and develop corporate pride.
- Distinguish yourself from your competitors.
- National benefits of a recognised endorsement from your industry.
All Awards, (aside from the Student Water Prize and the Innovating for Sustainability (Small Business) Award), are open to Australian Water Association members only. To download the Conditions of Entry click here.
Frequently asked questions
To download the Award FAQs, click here.
2017 WA Water Award Winners
Program Innovation Award
Kimberley Projects – Water Corporation
Research Innovation Award
Implementation of the Anammox Process at Dardanup Butchering Company – Environmental Engineers International
Infrastructure Project Innovation Award
Rottnest Island Waste Water Treatment Plant Upgrade – Guidera O’Connor & Permeate Partners
Water Sensitive Urban Design (Grahame Heal) Award
WGV in White Gum Valley – Water Corporation
Innovating for Sustainability Award
Hartfield Park Managed Aquifer Recharge (MAR) Project – City of Kalamunda
Student Water Prize
Sean Ding, University of Western Australia & Water Corporation
Young Water Professional of the Year Award
Renee Blandin, Environmental Hydrologist, Hyd2o
Water Professional of the Year Award
Dr Raj Kurup, Environmental Engineers International
For more information about the winners and their winning projects, see the below media releases.
WA Water Awards winners announced - Australian Water Association
WA Water Awards winners announced - Hon David Kelly BA MLA, Minister for Water
Event photos: Awards Showcase videos:
2017 WA Water Awards and Dinner Sponsors
To find out more about the sponsors click here.