QWRAP

QWRAP Showcase

WBB CCTV Student Project
WBB CCTV Student Project
Date: 13-Aug-2021

It was a case of win-win-win for a recently completed QWRAP project that funded ...

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The Silver Lining in FNQ Sewers
The Silver Lining in FNQ Sewers
Date: 10-Aug-2021

The Far North Queensland Regional Organisation of Councils (FNQROC) have found a silver lining ...

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Cybersecurity on the map for DASB Councils
Cybersecurity on the map for DASB Councils
Date: 04-Aug-2021

A recent event in a small regional community in ...

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QWRAP Welcomes SWQROC
QWRAP Welcomes SWQROC
Date: 08-Apr-2021

The Queensland Water Regional Alliance Program (QWRAP) has welcomed the sixth Queensland region to ...

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Northern Queensland Research on Contaminants
Northern Queensland Research on Contaminants
Date: 12-Mar-2021

A group of councils in northern Queensland has banded together with James Cook University ...

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FNQ Skills Hub Increases Training Opportunities
FNQ Skills Hub Increases Training Opportunities
Date: 26-Feb-2021

The Far North Queensland Regional Organisations of Councils (FNQROC) latest project has resulted in ...

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Four new QWRAP projects commenced
Four new QWRAP projects commenced
Date: 12-Jan-2021

Four new QWRAP projects were funded and commenced since the release of the last ...

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QWRAP features in industry awards
QWRAP features in industry awards
Date: 12-Jan-2021

Four QWRAP-funded projects have been recognized in the current awards season, with two QWRAP ...

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Regional Water Industry Worker Project in Focus
Regional Water Industry Worker Project in Focus
Date: 12-Oct-2020

The Regional Water Industry Worker (WIW) pilot program is an example of a highly ...

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Collaboration yields savings for Bowen and Mirani STP Upgrades
Collaboration yields savings for Bowen and Mirani STP Upgrades
Date: 01-Oct-2020

The Whitsunday-Isaac Mackay (WIM) Water Alliance is known for its large-scale project ideas and ...

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Highlights and Case Studies

The Queensland Water Regional Alliance Program (QWRAP) is about individual local governments forming sustainable regional collaboration for water and sewerage services. Collaborative projects and activities are encouraged through partial funding to create economies of scale and respond to common challenges by pooling resources (people, money and expertise). Funding is available through a competitive bid pool prioritised on criteria that demonstrate a region’s increasing collaboration maturity.