Back by popular demand, upcoming New WAter Ways demonstration tours in Perth will showcase two brilliant examples of ways to better manage water – now and for the future.

Attendees of a bus tour on 28 February 2017 will experience a “One Planet Living” concept brought to life in the City of Fremantle’s White Gum Valley precinct: a development with water, energy, community, and biodiversity at the heart of its design.

For more information and to book, visit: http://www.newwaterways.org.au/events/Conferences-and-events/NWW-Bus-Tour-WGV-%E2%80%93-Water-sensitive-exemplar-development

In March, a second bus tour will exhibit the innovative process of using wastewater to recharge precious groundwater resources. In the Shire of Kalamunda’s Hatfield Park, stormwater from an urban drain is filtered and then reintroduced into the local aquifer, making it possible to irrigate and maintain the community’s sports fields – despite water scarcity.

To join in the 29 March 2017 tour and discussion of aquifer recharge, make your booking here: http://www.newwaterways.org.au/events/Conferences-and-events/NWW-Bus-Tour-Hartfield-Park-Managed-Aquifer-Recharge-%E2%80%93-Foothills-Water-Proofing-Project