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IAC

A significant way in which SunWater achieves its service delivery objectives and ensures customer involvement is by working with our Irrigator Advisory Committees.

Irrigator Advisory Committees consist of a group of SunWater customers either within an individual scheme or a group of schemes that are representative of the broader customer base for the area. There are 18 Irrigator Advisory Committees across Queensland.

The purpose of the Irrigator Advisory Committees is:

  • To provide advise and recommendations to SunWater regarding scheme operational issues
  • To represent the interests of the broader irrigator base in respect of SunWater’s ongoing operation of the water supply scheme, and
  • To provide a mechanism by which SunWater and customers raise and discuss matters of mutual interest in relation to the management of the physical aspects of the scheme and customer relationship issues.

SunWater and Irrigator Advisory Committees are also working collaboratively in identifying and introducing new approaches and improvements to water management.

What your Advisory Committee does for you

The Irrigator Advisory Committee is a group of irrigators within the scheme that have been elected by irrigation customers to represent their interests in relation to scheme operations and water supply issues and improvements with SunWater.

Focussing on scheme operational issues, your Irrigator Advisory Committee:

  • provides advice and recommendations to SunWater regarding scheme operational issues;
  • represents the interests of the broader irrigator base in respect of SunWater's ongoing operation of the water supply scheme; and
  • provides a mechanism by which SunWater and customers raise and discuss matters of mutual interest in relation to the management of the physical aspects of the scheme and customer relationship issues.

News and Events

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Minutes of Meetings

Upcoming Meetings

  • To be advised.

Committee Information

Committee Members

Name

Position

Representative Area/Section

Mark Mammino

A/Chairperson

Canegrowers Isis Ltd

Selwyn Cronin

Committee Member

Kolan River

Peter McLennan

Committee Member

Burnett River

Tyler Bengston

Committee Member

Gin Gin/Bingera Channel System (incl. Abbotsford)

Peter Russo

Committee Member

Isis Channel System

Mark Pressler

Committee Member

Woongarra Channel System

Tony Castro

Committee Member

Gooburrum Channel System

Kelvin Griffin

Committee Member

Canegrowers Bundaberg

Bree Grima

Committee Member

Bundaberg Fruit & Vegetable Growers Cooperative (tree crops)

Jason Bartells

Committee Member

Bundaberg Regional Council

John Gorringe

Committee Member

Isis Central Sugar Mill

Wayne Stanley

Observer

Canegrowers Isis

Dale Hollis

Observer

Bundaberg Regional Irrigators Committee

Simon Doyle

Committee Member

Bundaberg Sugar

IAC Minutes

Bundaberg - IAC Minutes (10 May 2017) Bundaberg - IAC Minutes (10 May 2017) (157 KB)

Bundaberg - IAC Minutes (17 November 2016) Bundaberg - IAC Minutes (17 November 2016) (124 KB)

Bundaberg - IAC Minutes (22 June 2016) Bundaberg - IAC Minutes (22 June 2016) (127 KB)

Bundaberg - IAC Minutes (16 February 2016) Bundaberg - IAC Minutes (16 February 2016) (112 KB)

Bundaberg - IAC Minutes (18 November 2015) Bundaberg - IAC Minutes (18 November 2015) (132 KB)

Bundaberg - IAC Minutes (7 May 2015) Bundaberg - IAC Minutes (7 May 2015) (133 KB)

Bundaberg - IAC Minutes (1 October 2014) Bundaberg - IAC Minutes (1 October 2014) (134 KB)

Bundaberg - IAC Presentation (1 October 2014) Bundaberg - IAC Presentation (1 October 2014) (9086 KB)

Bundaberg - IAC Minutes (4 July 2012) Bundaberg - IAC Minutes (4 July 2012) (34 KB)

Bundaberg - IAC Minutes (18 May 2010) Bundaberg - IAC Minutes (18 May 2010) (31 KB)

Bundaberg - IAC Minutes (14 July 2009) Bundaberg - IAC Minutes (14 July 2009) (133 KB)

Bundaberg - IAC Minutes (2 February 2009) Bundaberg - IAC Minutes (2 February 2009) (157 KB)

Bundaberg - Water Resource Plan Info Bundaberg - Water Resource Plan Info (196 KB)

 

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