Clearwater survey – IWM and capacity building

Clearwater survey – IWM and capacity building

Clearwater is now seeking feedback relating to Integrated Water Management (IWM) and the Clearwater Program to ensure it offers water practitioners the most relevant services now and into the future.
Clearwater survey - IWM and capacity building

The survey will take around 10-20 minutes. Your answers will be aggregated and anonymous but you will be given the option to provide your details for the chance of winning one of three $100 VISA gift cards.

You will be asked a series of questions on:

  • Current barriers and challenges to the implementation of IWM
  • Your perceptions of the value that Clearwater brings to the IWM industry
  • How you engage with IWM

Clearwater will share these results with you and the wider industry, maintaining your confidentiality and anonymity. Ensure you have signed up to our newsletter to be kept informed!

>>  Complete Clearwater Survey  –  closes Monday 8 June


About Clearwater

Clearwater is a Victorian capacity building program, with a 13-year track record of providing the urban water industry with the knowledge, skills and tools to adopt best practices in sustainable urban water management. It was originally founded by the EPA, MAV, SIAV and DSE at the time, in response to the pollution of the Yarra River to improve stormwater runoff in 2002. Currently hosted by Melbourne Water, it has since continued to adapt and evolve in line with water industry needs and now provides a broad suite of services on IWM:


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