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|Dear Clearwater Newsletter Subscriber,|
Welcome to the latest update from the Clearwater team.
|training and events|
|Friday 23 March 2012|
The tour highlights an array of WSUD stormwater treatment measures and harvesting systems across the City of Stonnington and Port Phillip. Council experts and design consultants will be onsite to provide insights into the development and management of each project, discussing challenges, learnings and outcomes from concept to completion.Click here for more information or to register now
|Tuesday 17 April 2012 - Wednesday 18 April 2012|
Clearwater, in partnership with eWater delivers a range of software training courses that models urban stormwater drainage, and assists the decision making process for stormwater management and Water Sensitive Urban Design. The latest version of MUSIC V5 is now available.Click here for more information or to register now
|Friday 20 April 2012|
Clearwater is proud to announce a new half day Growth Area WSUD tour in Hume City Council and the City of Whittlesea. The tour will include site visits to biofilters and wetlands in new housing estates, visits to council owned WSUD assets and town centre renewal projects incorporating WSUD and stormwater harvesting.Click here for more information or to register now
|Thursday 10 May 2012|
This popular workshop provides practical guidance on the design and construction of raingardens and biofilters. The workshop covers site analysis, design, materials selection, construction and maintenance to ensure project success. Practical class exercises give participants a deeper understanding of best practice design and effective project management.Click here for more information or to register now
|29 February 2012|
Clearwater has just completed interviews with nine stormwater local government champions and leaders. A Champions Perspective Interview Series brings to life each stormwater champions experiences, motivations and challenges for gaining support for WSUD within their organisation.
The short clips are an excellent tool to inspire leadership for WSUD and encourage those who are just launching WSUD within their organisations. We encourage you to use them in meetings and presentations to inspire 'skeptics' and enthusiasts alike...Click for full story
|29 February 2012|
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|27 February 2012|
Moreland City Council, in partnership with Melbourne Water and the Victorian Government unveiled a new $560,000 stormwater treatment and harvesting project at Glenroy’s Sewell Reserve last week. Stormwater from a drain running under Glenroy Road will pass through several treatment stages – including a bioretention ‘raingarden’ basin – before being used to irrigate the reserve.
The project will deliver a number of benefits, including:...Click for full story
|22 February 2012|
An interactive web resource to help people easily access information on the status of water planning across Australia has been launched by the National Water Commission. This online web application, based on the inaugural National Water Planning Report Card 2011, provides a summary of the status of water plans across Australia, including the quality of existing water plans, their implementation, and areas for future improvement...Click for full story