The CRC for Water Sensitive Cities (CRCWSC) has developed a benefit:cost analysis tool (BCA), a non market values tool (Value Tool), and supporting resources to conduct an economic evaluation for business case development. This package of tools and resources is known as INFFEWS. Since its roll out in 2020, over 120 organisations have requested access to INFFEWS and there is increasing interest around the country to apply it to a range of IWCM/WSUD investments. This webinar explores the experience of two industry practitioners who recently applied INFFEWS, and provides an open discussion on the challenges, lessons and tips for industry users.

CRCWSC’s Regional Manager for South Australia, Mellissa Bradley, will facilitate the session, inviting INFFEWS users from Urbaqua and E2Design to present their economic evaluations. Our presenters will discuss their applications in terms of methodology and results, reflect on the areas they struggled with, how they overcame these, and what they would do differently next time. INFFEWS developers, Professional David Pannell and Dr Sayed Iftekhar, will offer their insights and discuss the range of support services available to users. The panel members will be available to address any questions at the end.

We invite current and potential users of INFFEWS to join this webinar and raise awareness on the key lessons emerging from industry applications.

If you or your colleagues are interested in applying INFFEWS, please register for the event.


Name: INFFEWS webinar - insights gained from industry applications

Date: Tuesday 29th September, 2020

Time: 11am – 12:30pm (WA) or 12:30 – 2pm (SA) or 1 – 3pm (AEST)

Register: Please register for this webinar.

To download INFFEWS:

CRCWSC Participants can log in to the CRCWSC website and download from IRP2’s BCA webpage

Non-members can Request Access from the CRCWSC.

For background information on INFFEWS read the Overview of INFFEWS or visit the IRP2 website.

For further information, please contact Tammie Harold at

Last updated: 16th Sep 2020