WestWater Proudly Introduces The Orange Card

WestWater proudly introducing The Orange Card to our workplaces, taking drug education seriously. At WestWater we are committed to workplace safety, this is why we are the first Water Treatment Company in Australia to adopt the Orange card and officially recognise the need for drug…

The Commodification of Water

When are we really ready to consume the water that comes out of our taps? The general population would be forgiven for giving little thought to the water they use. Living in Australia, having access to clean drinking water is something that we expect and often…

Christmas 2017 office closure times.

Our offices will be closed for the Christmas Holidays from the 22nd December 2017 & will re-open 8am on the 8th January 2018 (local time). WestWater would like to wish all our loyal customers and hard working suppliers – a warm, safe and very Merry…

WestWater now Safety & Environmentally accredited

We have now received accreditation in AS/NZS 4801 Safety and ISO 14001 Environment. WestWater wish to thank Mike Gray & the Compass Assurance team for their assistance during the audit and certification process. We take safety of all our employees, sub-contractors and relevant stakeholders to…

The WestWater Theory of Evolution

How the company has expanded to a complete systems water treatment business. Like most businesses, there comes a point where evolution is inevitable, no matter how different the catalyst for change may be. In the case of WestWater Enterprises, the team were ready to take…

Questioning the ongoing use of chlorine gas – is it the safest method?

When it comes to purifying water for consumption, there have long been questions raised around the safety of current processes involving chlorine gas. So much so, that the necessity of Emergency Shutdown Devices (ESD) have become as close to an industry standard there can be…

WestWater has moved!!

On Monday the 21st November 2016, WestWater Enterprises head office and workshop relocated to its new custom built premises (now located at 56 Boulder Road, Malaga). While the address may have changed (literally right next door to the old office), all contact details and friendly…

Perth Faces Drying Trend

The Water Corporation has flagged the potential extension of winter sprinkler bans as Perth faces an “an accelerating drying trend” of annual water run-off. http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-01-28/sprinkler-ban-extension-on-cards-as-perth-faces-drying-trend/7119268 Source: Perpitch N. 2016, www.abc.net.au.

Perth Blows Water Target

An unseasonably dry spring has seen Perth use billions of litres over its target amount, and with a hotter than average summer predicted households are being warned they need to cut back. (Source: Shepherd B 2015, ABC News) http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-12-04/spike-in-water-usage-in-perth-prompts-warning/7000064

Researchers Find Industrial Waste Sucks Mercury Out Of

Researchers at Flinders University have accidentally discovered a way to remove mercury from water using a material made from industrial waste and orange peel. Courtesy ABC – http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-10-19/researchers-discover-a-way-to-remove-mercury-from-water/6865462