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The Sustainable Water Partner Program can provide your business with a rebate to save water. Saving water is important for the future of our community, and will help delay and downsize new water sources, which means we all benefit.
|The Big 4 Ballina Headlands Holiday Park achieved significant water savings by completing several water saving projects over a three year period.|
The program is designed to help your business to:
There are three steps in the Sustainable Water Partner Program
Step 1 - Identify water saving projects through a water saving plan.
Step 2 - Implement your water saving projects and save money.
Step 3 - Become a sustainable water partner and have your achievements recognised.
View some of the financial savings and improvements businesses have achieved through the Sustainable Water Partner Program:
To find out more, call Rous County Council's Water Sustainability Officer on (02) 6623 3800, or read more about the three simple steps your business can take to save money and become more water efficient:
Step 1 - Water saving plan
Identify and prioritise cost-effective water saving projects to save your business money. Download the Water saving plan factsheet to find out how your business can benefit.
A financial rebate is available to engage a specialist water consultant to undertake a water saving plan. Download the Water saving plan rebate application form to apply, and find out how much water you can save!
To save you time, download the list of local specialist water consultants and choose a consultant to undertake your water saving plan.
Step 2 - Water saving projects
Rous County Council offer financial assistance to assist your business to implement a range of water saving projects. Rebate(s) up to $25,000 per business are available in any one financial year. Download the table of Water saving projects to see the rebates available to help your business to start saving water.
Download the Water saving project rebate application form to apply for a rebate to assist your business to implement your water saving projects.
Step 3 - Sustainable water partner
Rous County Council believe that your business deserves to be recognised for your water saving achievements. To be recognised as a Bronze, Silver, or Gold partner, download the Sustainable water partner application form.
Rous County Council would like to recognise and thank the following business partners for their on-going contribution towards sustainable water use practices:
Big 4 Ballina Headlands Holiday Park
|North Coast TAFE Wollongbar campus being recognised as a Sustainable Water Partner by Rous County Council for their on-going commitment to water saving.|
Ballina Car Wash
|Lismore Shopping Square has been recognised as a Bronze Partner for their commitment to water saving.|