National Water Week
The theme for this year's National Water Week is It's time to change the world.
This has been adapted from the World's Largest Lesson on the UN's Sustainable Development Goals, a campaign to introduce the 17 sustainable development goals to young people all over the world and unite them to take action to meet these goals by 2030.
We are celebrating National Water Week with a number of events, including the poster awards presentation.
We will visit kindergartens and schools to talk about water efficiency and choosing tap water over bottled water.
We've also been running tours of our water and wastewater treatment plants with secondary schools and tertiary groups.
2019 Poster competition
Each year for the past 26 years, we have asked local primary schools to enter the National Water Week poster competition.
The competition is a great opportunity for local students to create artwork about the National Water Week theme.
We are pleased to announce the winners of this year's poster competition.
Prep winner, Hepburn Primary School
Prep runner-up, Skipton Primary School
Grade 1/2 winner, Skipton Primary School
Grade 1/2 runner-up, Hepburn Primary School
Grade 3/4 winner, Carisbrook Primary School
Grade 3/4 runner-up, Skipton Primary School
Grade 5/6 winner, Carisbrook Primary School
Grade 5/6 runner-up, Carisbrook Primary School
For more information about National Water Week, please see the AWA website.
For more information, please contact us.