Metering, measurement and water policy reform
With the abolition of the National Water Commission (NWC) in 2015, there is growing opinion that water has fallen off the national agenda. Since the passing of the Basin Plan 2012 (Cth), and the breaking (for many) of the millennium drought, there has been little public debate. However, water reform continues, with state governments rolling out and embedding the key National Water Initiative (NWI) pillars of water markets, water allocation plans and water regulation.
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