AWA Water Quality Specialist Networks

YOUR WATER QUALITY SPECIALIST NETWORK

This network aims to strengthen technical and integrative expertise in water quality monitoring, analysis and management. The committee aims to be a tangible resource to the water sector in these areas and comprises expertise from a diverse range of backgrounds representing a broad range of the Association's interests.   
 
As the field of water quality management continues to evolve, our network is well placed to evaluate and promote current and emerging technologies, associated R&D efforts and standards development within the Australian water and wastewater sectors.The network also aims to facilitate collaboration and knowledge sharing with other specialist networks, governmental departments, and national/international water utilities. 

MEET THE COMMITTEE

The Water Quality Specialist Network Committee encourages feedback and suggestions from its network members at any time. Whether it be training, networking, developing policies, contributing to international standards or anything else that will help you in all things water quality.  

What needs do you have the network may help meet? What challenges are you facing in your role that could benefit from a member circle forum discussion to achieve a mutually beneficial outcome? To submit your suggestions, please get in touch (details below).  
 

Co-Chairs 
Sally Williamson, Aurecon 
Yulia Shutova, Sydney Water 

Committee Members 
Christopher Chow, University of South Australia 
Dan Evans, Aurecon 
Audrey Killeen, Altogether Group 
Jacqui Levy, Sydney Water 
Abigail Morrow, Hunter Water Corporation 
Antony Old, Fremantle Commercial Diving and Watertight Robotics 
Joe Pera, WaterNSW 
Dean Puzey, Water Corporation 
Stuart Rutledge, Veolia 
Tania Strixner-Harvey, Mount Isa Water Board 
Emily Quek, TRILITY 

CONNECT AT OUR NEXT MEMBER CIRCLE

Member circles are exclusive to AWA members and provide an opportunity to share knowledge with like-minded professionals and practitioners.  To receive your invite to our next member circle, log in and ensure you have Water Quality selected as one of your Specialist Network preferences.

SHARING KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERTISE

The objectives of the Water Quality Specialist Network are:  

Strengthen technical and integrative expertise 

Bring like-minded professionals together to discuss challenges and share ideas 

Provide a platform for debate 

Provide guidance to the water industry 

Promote and grow the specialist network among AWA members 

Foster communication and collaboration between network members and the water industry 

GET IN TOUCH

Member Engagement Manager 
Digna Nichols 
Get in touch using the Contact Us form