Healthy Waterways gratefully acknowledges the following organisations as sponsors of the 16th Annual Healthy Waterways Awards. Without the support of these organisations, the Healthy Waterways Awards would not be possible.
“As custodians of Queensland’s waterways, the Department of Environment and Heritage Protection is proud to support the Minister’s Grand Prize – an award given to the most innovative category winner for their valuable work protecting and repairing the natural environment.”
BMT WBM “BMT WBM is delighted to once again sponsor the Government Award. The recognition of great work through the Healthy Waterways Awards is vital to stimulating further good ideas and setting policy directions for the future.”
Brisbane City Council "Brisbane City Council is proud to recognise the efforts of young waterway champions through the Healthy Waterways Water Warrior Award. Their dedication to improve the health of our waterways will make a positive difference to the ecological health and liveability in local communities, now and into the future."
Queensland Urban Utilities “Queensland Urban Utilities is delighted to continue our involvement with the Healthy Waterways Awards this year as sponsor of the Clean Up Award – an award that recognises the fantastic efforts that address the issue of waterway litter and plastic pollution, including education initiatives, clean-up activities and prevention campaigns."
River 94.9 “River 949 is once again extremely proud to support the Healthy Waterways Awards, a night that truly recognises all the achievements that have been made towards sustaining healthier waterways”.
SEQ Catchments “SEQ Catchments is a community-based, not-for-profit business that works to protect and restore South East Queensland’s natural assets. We are delighted to be supporting the Community Award for another year, and recognise the vital role that the community plays in protecting and restoring South East Queensland’s catchments and waterways.”
Seqwater "Seqwater is proud to support the Healthy Waterways Awards. Seqwater is responsible for delivering safe, secure and cost-effective water to more than three million people in South East Queensland. Maintaining good catchment and waterway health is essential to delivering safe water to our community. To do this, we have an extensive water quality monitoring program and we work closely with Healthy Waterways to help us monitor the health of our catchments and waterways."
Unitywater “As a proud member of Healthy Waterways, Unitywater is delighted to sponsor the Sustainable Water Management Award and recognise projects which demonstrate best practice sustainable water management and environmental practices.”
7 News “Seven News is a proud supporter of healthy waterways throughout Queensland and the Healthy Waterways Awards which recognise the efforts and initiatives of people who are driven to keep our waterways healthy.”