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New collaboration aims to deliver major advances in water technology

The aim to is drive innovative technological solutions
The aim to is drive innovative technological solutions
A new partnership between technology and business consultancy Isle, the Water Services Association of Australia (WSAA) and ThinkPlace aims to deliver a new technology programme.
About 23 WSAA members have also signed up for the W-Lab initiative that was launched earlier this year.
A Digital Ideation Summit will be held online from 11-15 June with the aim of engaging members across the Australian and New Zealand water industry to build a technology roadmap.
This blueprint will guide the industry in the identification and evaluation of innovative technologies which will enable the industry to embrace change and foster resilience both now and in the future.
Adam Lovell, executive director of WSAA said: “W-Lab has the potential to launch WSAA and our members into a global network which will drive innovative technological solutions to overcome future industry challenges.
“W-Lab will offer even more opportunities for utilities to collaborate through access to Isle’s global database of technologies from industry sectors all over the world and I would encourage all of our WSAA members to participate in our W-Lab programme.”
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The aim to is drive innovative technological solutions