Water Journal : Water Journal November 2016
www.awa.asn.au 71 Guidelines 'Framework for Management of Drinking Water Quality'. The program provides services to more than 6000 people in 61 eligible communities. Implementation of management plans has improved understanding and control of risks, resulting in safer, more reliable operation of water and sewerage systems. Management plans were in place for many Aboriginal communities well before this was required of water utilities by the Public Health Act 2010. The program provides a mechanism to address longstanding operation and maintenance issues that put the health of communities at risk. As a result, Aboriginal communities are now benefiting from improved water and sewerage services. Dr Paul Byleveld is Manager -- Water Unit, and Wendy Lee is Senior Project Officer, Water Unit, both at NSW Health, while Jeff Standen is Manager of the NSW Health Aboriginal Environmental Health Unit. Sandy Leask works for NSW Health Water Unit and was involved in the NSW Aboriginal Communities Water and Sewerage Program. To read the full article, visit the Water e-Journal at bit.ly/e-Journal The program provides services to more than 6000 people in 61 eligible communities.
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