Australian Water Research and Development Coalition

Also known as: AWRDC
Australian Water Research and Development Coalition
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The Australian Water Research and Development Coalition (2007-2015) was formed in recognition of the benefits of coordination across those organisations responsible for brokering R&D knowledge in the urban water sector. The philosophy of the AWRDC was to deliver the best value for money R&D for the Australian urban water sector, in relation to efficiency of undertaking priority R&D, limiting duplication of research and improving the effectiveness of translating R&D outcomes into practice for stakeholders.


The AWRDC’s founding members were:

  • Australia Water Recycling Centre of Excellence
  • National Water Commission
  • National Centre of Excellence in Desalination Australia
  • Water Quality Research Australia
  • National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training
  • Water Services Association of Australia
  • Smart Water Fund
  • Goyder Institute for Water Research
  • Urban Water Security Research Alliance

All members shared a collective goal to improve and understand the R&D landscape and act as research knowledge brokers for the betterment of the urban water industry in Australia.

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