Water is a precious resource that many Australians rely on for their well-being.
It’s an essential component of our society, and is often the difference between life and death.
As such, it’s vital that we have water that is safe and clean.
But there’s a problem.
Water is often not safe to drink.
While there are some safe and legal ways to drink water, there’s still a lot of water that’s being produced and wasted.
Water has a long history of being treated as a waste product, and even after it’s produced it’s often disposed of or dumped in landfills.
For many people, drinking water is an inconvenience and a burden.
But with the right support, you can create a healthy water supply.
Water can be a key component of the health of your bodyWater can protect you from many different illnesses, from diarrhoea and dehydration to colds and flu.
Water helps you thrive, and if you’ve ever tried to balance a water bottle, you know how easy it can be to over-drink.
To prevent this, we need to ensure that we use as much water as possible.
The good news is that the Australian Government has a great plan to help us achieve this.
Over the next 10 years, the Australian Water Infrastructure Corporation (AWIC) will fund projects that will:Increase water conservation through better infrastructure and better management