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The water efficiency resource for water utilities, councils and businesses

Smart Water Advice is a resource we have developed to help water utilities, businesses and councils to provide professional water efficiency information to their customers.

We have over 70 water utilities and councils from across the nation subscribing to this resource. We share some case studies below.

For a small subscription fee, access can be gained to the Smart Water Advice platform which contains:

  • 35 pages of regionalised water saving content for homes, gardens and workplaces. Check them out here.
  • Interactive resources eg: plant finder, water calculators and our unique Blue House. Each of these can be embedded and rebranded for subscriber websites.
  • We have a number of How to Water efficiency videos and some professionally produced television commercials. Available to rebrand as your own and embed in your site.
  • We go one step further with businesses offering water efficiency audits so you can see what to be aiming for with your water use and bills and how to reduce both!

The online content is available for subscribers to embed within their own site or link directly to via provided banners and/or hyperlinks. Resources can be customised, regionalised and branded.



In addition to this fabulous online resource, we offer a wide range of collateral and printable materials. All items can be rebranded for individual subscribers and artwork provided as part of the fee. We can arrange print using our best waterless printing partner Fishprint (production costs are additional to subscription but competitive).

Includes: Accomodation kits, educational kits, factsheets, bill Inserts and posters, online tools, training materials and more.



We have pulled together a few case studies that illustrate how these great resources are being sued to help education and encourage residents and businesses to use water efficiently.

Benefits for water utilities and councils include;

  • No need for every organisation to spend time developing water efficiency resources independently.
  • Provides resources to organisations that do not have resources or time to produce such resources.
  • The collaborative nature of the program means that resources can be produced at low cost to each subscriber.
  • Central production ensures consistency of design and messaging.

So if you are a business looking to make water efficiencies or councils and utilities who want to help Australia more mindful of their water use, then ‘Smart Water Advice’ is the tool for you.

To subscribe contact Chris Philpot on 02 9223 3322 or