The best tap water from across Queensland will go head to head in a blind taste-off on Wednesday 14 September as part of the 2016 Ixom Best of the Best Queensland Water Taste Test. read this post
Barcaldine Regional Council has taken out the 2015 Ixom Best of the Best Queensland Water Taste Test at the Queensland Water Directorate’s second annual Innovation Forum on Thursday, 5 November with the ancient water from the Great Artesian Basin selected as the best by conference delegates through more than 300 individual “tastes.” read this post
On Thursday, 5 November 2015, representatives from over 40 organisations from across Queensland will come together at the second qldwater Urban Water Industry Innovation Forum to exchange ideas and showcase interesting innovations. read this post
Queenslanders devastated by the second State of Origin game loss to NSW can revel in the knowledge that we have some of the best tasting water in the country. read this post
Two staff from Wujal Wujal Aboriginal Shire Council and four staff from Toowoomba Regional Council became the first “Certified Operators” in Queensland at a presentation held at the Water Industry Operators Association of Australia Queensland Conference in Toowoomba this morning (17 June 2015). read this post
Congratulations to Richmond Shire Council who has taken out the 2014 Orica Australia Best of the Best Queensland Water Taste Test at the IPWEA Queensland Conference in Caloundra last week. Water from its pilot plant was selected as the best tasting by conference delegates through some 440 individual tastes. Richmond Shire Council's Graeme Osbourne accepted the trophy from qldwater CEO, Dave Cameron. read this post
Richmond Shire Council residents can rest assured that their water is going to taste a whole lot better in the near future, with attendees at the Queensland Water Directorate’s regional conference giving water from its pilot treatment plant top scores in the western Queensland final of the Orica Australia Best of the Best Queensland Water Taste Test last week. read this post
The past week has been an exciting one for the Queensland Water Regional Alliance Program (QWRAP) with the Minister for Energy and Water Supply, The Honourable Mark McArdle, choosing the first pilot region for the program to promote Water Q which was launched only two days before. read this post
- The quest to find Queensland's best
- Ancient water tastes best!
- The sweet taste of success to be decided at Innovation Forum
- Queensland beats NSW in Water of Origin!
- Early Adopters Certified Under National Scheme
- Richmond wins best tasting tap water in Queensland!
- Richmond claims title for West Queensland's top drop
- Mackay through to taste test finals!
- Outback Regional Alliance Driving the State's Agenda
- Three down, three to go in our quest to find the top drop