Getting involved - business
Many companies have seen the value of getting involved in water quality improvement and community programs.
Ways that business can be involved in Waterwatch are:
- sponsoring a local group with test equipment
- sponsoring projects with cash, materials or services that protect or restore a local waterway
- Carrying out your own water quality monitoring or stream restoration project as a case study of best practice (i.e. showing off your good work!)
- Complying with or exceeding the relevant environmental standards for your industry
For more information on getting involved in Waterwatch, contact the Waterwatch Coordinator in your CMA region.
See sustainable business for more information on developing cleaner industry or business, excellent resource materials for a range of industries, or contact OEH Environment Line on 131 555.
Cessnock Sustainability Workshop by Hunter Central Rivers CMA
Glendonbrook Community Bug Survey - by Hunter Central Rivers CMA
Glenrock Water Bug Survey by Hunter-Central Rivers CMA
Page last updated: 16 January 2013