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Corporate entry eWater CRC (2005 - )

September 2005
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Industrial or Scientific Research and Conservation or Environment
Alternative Names
  • eWater Cooperative Research Centre
Building 15, University of Canberra


The eWater Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) succeeded the CRC for Freshwater Ecology in September 2005. This new CRC builds and supports decision systems and models for total water cycle management in urban and rural catchments, integrating water quality and quantity, stream ecology and economics. eWater CRC is a cooperative joint venture between major private and public water businesses and research groups across eastern Australia. They focus on enterprise, environment and education in Australia's water industry, and their aim is to develop, apply and commercialise products for integrated water cycle management.

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Annette Alafaci