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Every year WIOA’s IXOM Best Tasting Tap Water Competitions celebrate the work undertaken by water professionals who work hard behind the scenes for their communities to deliver high-quality drinking water across Australia. Earlier this year, the water produced at the Casino Water Treatment Plant was named Australia’s best tasting tap water.
CEO of Urban Utilities, Louise Dudley, is finishing up her ten year tenure at the leading water utility in August, following her transformative stint at the helm. Utility talked to Ms Dudley about her role’s biggest challenges, encouraging women to enter the sector, championing inclusivity and the industry’s innovation evolution.
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