Water Savers To Be Recognised In The 2010 Savewater! Awards

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17th May 2010, 05:54pm - Views: 862

Media Release

Monday 17 May 2010

Water savers to be recognised in the 2010 savewater! awards
- Entries are now open

Water savers from around Australia and internationally are being called to enter the national 2010 savewater! awards to be honored for their conservation achievements.

Now in their eighth year, the prestigious savewater! awards have emerged as the leading water sustainability awards in Australia, recognising and rewarding excellence in water conservation and efficiency by business, government, schools, local communities and individuals.

Awards are presented in the following seven categories:

* Australian Achiever
* Business
* Community Groups
* Educational Institutions
* Government
* Product Innovations (open internationally)
* Photographic (open internationally)

Winning a savewater! award has helped many individuals and organisations spread the water conservation message, often providing them with media exposure and funding opportunities as a result.

CEO of the savewater! Alliance Mr Nigel Finney says that entering the national 2010 savewater! awards gives people the opportunity to be officially recognised for their water saving achievements.

"Many businesses, community groups, government departments and individuals are implementing world leading water saving initiatives and these awards provide an avenue for them to be acknowledged and rewarded for their efforts," Finney said.

Entries for the 2010 awards program are now open and close at 5.00pm (AEST) on Monday 9th August 2010.

Winners will be announced at a gala ceremony in Sydney on Friday 12th November 2010.

To enter or for further information, visit www.savewater.com.au

Media Enquiries: Amelia Nash
Phone: (03) 8508 6810
Mobile: 0407 078 316
Email: [email protected]

SOURCE: savewater! alliance

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