TAS Industry Breakfast and Site Tour 2024
Join us for an insightful morning of networking, and the chance to hear from influential figures in the Tasmanian Water industry on the topic ESG – Fact or Fiction? Then, join us for a site tour to the Bryn Estyn Water Treatment Plant and learn more about the exciting upgrade project.
What does Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) mean to you and your professional life? Will it deliver a better world? Or are they just buzz words and platitudes?
Hear from our panel on what ESG means for them and be part of the conversation to better understand the concept and its application.
Meet the Panelists
About Sarah Barrett
About Phil Woods
About Rodney Dillon
|Thursday 21 March 2024
|7:00am - 9:00am
|Moonah Arts Centre
|23-27 Albert Rd, Moonah, TAS, 7009
Business Casual (or as below if also attending the site tour)
Site Tour: Bryn Estyn Water Treatment Plant
The Breakfast will be followed by a Site Tour of the Bryn Estyn Water Treatment Plant (WTP). The Treatment Plant is greater Hobart’s primary source of drinking water, providing an average 60 per cent of the water supply needs annually. It was originally constructed in 1962, with capacity augmentations completed in 1972 and 1992. It supplies water to seven local government areas including: Hobart, Glenorchy, Kingsborough, Brighton, Derwent Valley, Southern Midlands and Sorell.
The Bryn Estyn WTP Upgrade Project aims to:
- Lower the risk of water restrictions in the greater Hobart region
- Improve operational efficiency by increasing capacity and modernising infrastructure
- Enable the reliable supply of 160 million liters of water per day
- In-build the capacity to expand the water supply demand in the future
- Provide the highest quality drinking water for Tasmanians.
Site Tour Details
|Thursday 21 March 2024
|9:00am - 11:30am
|Bryn Estyn Water Treatment Plant
Please wear long pants, long sleeved shirt, closed-toed shoes and sun protection. Hi vis and a safety helmet is also required.
Return coach transport from Moonah Arts Centre, a guided tour of the plant and morning tea. We recommend delegates bring their own water bottle.
Register for the breakfast, site tour or both by clicking on the below link and selecting the preferred option.
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Thank you to our Breakfast Sponsor