The City of Kwinana's Recquatic has been recognised as a Waterwise Aquatic Centre at the 50th Annual State Conference of the Leisure Institute of WA Aquatics (LIWA) on Tuesday, 13 August.
The Water Corporation works with LIWA to promote water efficiency in aquatic centres, helping the industry save 858 million litres of water since 2008.
City of Kwinana Mayor Carol Adams said it was an outstanding achievement for the City.
"We are proud, once again, to be recognised for yet another sustainability initiative in the City of Kwinana," said Mayor Adams.
"The City has worked diligently towards having a waterwise aquatic centre, implementing a number of initiatives such as water efficient appliances, daily water use monitoring, leak detection programs and landscaped waterwise gardens," she said.
The City has been recognised as a Gold Waterwise Council for the past two consecutive years.
"Our aim is to be a water sensitive and climate resilient community," Mayor Adams said.
"This award further highlights the City's ongoing commitment, innovation and leadership in incorporating waterwise principles into its operations, as well as a whole water cycle approach to sustainable water management," she said.
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