Mandurah urged to get water wise

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A PROMINENT environmental engineering expert has called on Western Australian communities to seriously consider water

resources in their areas as the state becomes dryer and more arid. UWA professor of environmental engineering Anas

Ghadouani is head of the Cooperative Research Centre for Water Sensitive Cities (CRCWSC), a national think tank aiming to

transform water management across the country.

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Mandurah Mail by Cam Findlay 08 Feb 2016 8:19 PM

643 words • UWA - Online News • ID: 541569018

A prominent environmental engineering expert has called on West Australian communities to seriously consider water

resources in their areas as the state becomes dryer and more arid.

Professor Anas Ghadouani praised Mandurah's water recycling...

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N/A UNIQUE DAILY VISITORS, N/A AV. STORY AUDIENCE

Period8 Feb 2016

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  • TitleMandurah urged to get water wise
    Degree of recognitionRegional
    Media name/outletMandurah Mail
    Media typePrint
    CountryAustralia
    Date8/02/16
    DescriptionMandurah Mail by Cam Findlay 08 Feb 2016 8:19 PM
    643 words • UWA - Online News • ID: 541569018
    A prominent environmental engineering expert has called on West Australian communities to seriously consider water
    resources in their areas as the state becomes dryer and more arid.
    Professor Anas Ghadouani praised Mandurah's water recycling...
    Read on source website
    Audience
    N/A UNIQUE DAILY VISITORS, N/A AV. STORY AUDIENCE
    Producer/AuthorCam Findlay
    PersonsAnas Ghadouani