AWA signs MoU with Indonesia

Posted 12 September 2016

All of the Association’s work internationally including inbound and outbound missions are fully self-funded by participants or financed by the Australian government. The Association acts in a facilitating and monitoring capacity by opening up opportunities for all of our members wishing to expand their activities into international markets. Contact the International Team if you would like to get involved.


The Australian Water Association CEO Jonathan McKeown signed a MoU with PERPAMSI, Indonesia’s peak water associationThe Australian Water Association CEO Jonathan McKeown signed a MoU with PERPAMSI, Indonesia’s peak water association in Jakarta last week. 

The MoU sets out a framework to link the Australian water sector and the Indonesian water sector. Potential areas of collaboration include the facilitation of expertise to improve water quality in Indonesia. Indonesia has requested assistance in removing water pollutants with technology, minimising non-revenue water, identifying alternative financing models for water infrastructure, and advice on integrated water planning for urban development.

The Association facilitates a number of international opportunities for members to connect with utilities, organisations and communities overseas. These missions and projects are fully self-funded or financed by the Australian government and open to all Association members wishing to expand their activities into international markets. 

If you would like to have your expertise or technology considered for one of the funded projects or wish to know more about the Association’s international program, please contact Paul Smith at psmith@awa.asn.au or An Nguyen at anguyen@awa.asn.au.