Australian Water Association Limited

Australian Water Association Limited

  • Size: Large
  • 27 Feb 2001

Strong Financial Results The Association achieved a financial surplus of $715K that is the highest surplus achieved by the Association. This was derived from our major revenue sources of Ozwater $3.8M; membership subscriptions of $1.6M; and the International Program $1.1M. Positive Member Engagement A survey of our members revealed a high level of member satisfaction and support for the Association’s activities, programs, and the value for money membership. Our membership at the end of the financial year was 5,183. This represented a drop of 309 individual members principally from 95 lapsed student members and our large corporate members not filling their staff allocations that are included in their corporate membership. However, the membership subscriptions increased by $63K representing a 4% growth. Upgrade of our Operating Systems To lift productivity and enhance our member services the Association undertook upgrades during the year to our finance system, our event registration system, and our intranet platform. These upgrades have enabled us to provide more timely and accurate financial reports, much more efficient and agile event registrations, and a new intranet platform that enables more effective document sharing and communication with improved engagement between our elected volunteers, staff, and members. Branches Our State and Territory Branches had a successful year attracting record numbers to their events and activities. The Branches have moved quickly to implement the new Strategy ’22 with a renewed focus on regional members and activities, indigenous water matters, and diversity and inclusion events on unconscious bias, gender balance, and cultural diversity. Specialist Networks Our 14 Specialist Networks continue to provide members with the opportunity to share, connect, and inspire on specialist areas of expertise. Over the year the specialists networks have contributed 3 workshops at Ozwater, participants for two Ozwater panels; 22 articles in our digital and printed publications; 3 webinars; and 3 submissions. Bio-Solids Partnership The Association’s bio-solids partnership maintained strong industry support with 21 corporate members and held its most successful National Bio-solids Conference in Brisbane with 172 attendees. The ANZBP advisory committee recommended and has now commissioned several important projects for subscribers including the 2019 biannual biosolids production and use survey and a major Community Attitudes to Biosolids project in 2019-2020. Ozwater’19 Our flagship international conference and exhibition Ozwater was held in Melbourne and once again raised the performance bar with an outstanding range of keynote speakers, industry and technical streams, and 4,724 attendees. The exhibition was rated highly as a modern and impressive display of water industry and technology capabilities. There were 236 exhibitors that recorded more than 5,100 business leads.

Areas of support
  • Advancing Education
  • Promote or oppose a change to law government poll or prac
  • Advancing natual environment
  • Purposes beneficial to ther general public and other analogous
  • Another purpose beneficial to the community
  • Aboriginal or TSI
  • Communities Overseas
  • Ethnic Groups
  • General Community in Australia
  • Males
  • Females
  • Youth
Areas of operation
  • ACT
  • NSW
  • NT
  • QLD
  • SA
  • TAS
  • VIC
  • WA
Countries of operation
  • Indonesia
  • Viet Nam

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