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Queensland Advisory Committee

Colin HaynesColin Haynes from Unitywater has been elected as the Chairperson of the WIOA Queensland Advisory Committee.

Colin succeeds Marcus Boyd from the Toowoomba Regional Council who did a terrific job in instigating a number of Queensland based events.

WIOA is an Incorporated Association and invites Membership from any persons responsible for carrying out the whole, or part operation and maintenance of any facet of the Water Industry. Members may be derived from the Private or Public Sector.

Previous Queensland Chairpersons
Colin Haynes - Unity Water
Marcus Boyd - Toowoomba Regional Council
Jason Krzciuk - Origin Energy

Check out the coming events organised by the WIOA Queensland Advisory Committee

Photo Galleries

Video2015 Queensland Conference - Toowoomba
Video2014 Water Industry Interest Day & Tour Desalination Plant - Tugan
Video2014 Queensland Conference - Logan
Video2013 Queensland Conference - Gold Coast
Video2013 Charity Bowls Day - Yandina
Video2012 Water Industry Interest Day & Tour Wetalla Reclamation Facility - Toowoomba
Video2012 Queensland Workshop - Gold Coast
Video2012 Bundamba AWTP Workshop & Site Tour - SEQWater
Video2012 Murumba Downs Site Tour - Unity Water
Video2012 KSB Pump Workshop - KSB Pumps

Formation of the Queensland Advisory Committee

Following on from the successful implementation of the Tasmanian Advisory Committee .The state of Queensland formed its own Advisory Committee to support the ongoing success of the (WIOA) Water Industry Operators Association and all associated members within Queensland.

The formation of the Queensland advisory committee took place August 2011 with WIOA EO George Wall and COO Craig Mathisen present on the day. Approximately 12-15 representatives from a wide cross section of the state were present and were fully in support of the implementation of a Queensland advisory committee. Each and every representative is an ongoing and active member of the current committee.

Once the committee had been formed it was straight to work with the implementation of a number of programmed workshops and events. The committee has been  active and  organised a number of successful workshops to date with every workshop filled to capacity. Just in brief current workshops to date have included a Tour of KSB pumps new facility in Bundamba with hands on practical, half day field trip to Murrumba Downs STP upgrade, half day workshop including a plant tour of the advanced water treatment plant located at Bundamba. I would like to thank the organisations that have hosted these events, those who have supported them by sending participants and the individuals that have made them happen. The committee has also been active in providing key contacts to individuals and businesses to allow them to succeed, be it holidays, tours or workshops.

The resent 37th Annual Queensland Water Industry Operations Workshop and Exhibition was well supported by the current advisory committee and other Queensland representatives making it a great success. The advisory committee would like to thank each and every one that contributed on making it a success.
The committee has met twice since implementation and discussed how we can spread the workshops across a greater area like far north and west Queensland and finding key contacts to help with implementation of future events.

With regards to future calendar events proposed we have Solar Drying in Toowoomba, Effluent reuse & WWTP tour in Harvey Bay and the WIOA Water Industry Workshop again in June 2013.

If you have any ideas on how you think WIOA and the Qld Advisory Committee can be of assistance to anyone in the industry, please don’t hesitate to let any of the committee members know. The committee will discuss any ideas or suggestions at future meetings.

Jason Krzciuk
Inagural WIOA Queensland Advisory Committee Chairperson

 

Last updated on 06-Dec-2016

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