South East Queensland Water Grid
SEQ Water Grid
The Water Grid is an intelligent network of treatment facilities, water storages, new two-way pipes and water sources. With the completion of the Water Grid, South East Queensland is recognised as having the strongest water security position in Australia.

Seqwater supplies water from dams, weirs and borefields; and is responsible for the catchment management, storage and treatment of bulk drinking water for the community of South East Queensland.

Linkwater moves drinking water from treatment plants and reservoirs through bulk pipelines and into the distribution networks.

SEQ Water Grid Manager
The Water Grid Manager is responsible for managing the Water Grid to secure and efficiently manage South East Queensland’s water supply. It purchases water services from Seqwater and WaterSecure to sell treated water to councils.

Urban Utilites
Distribution and retail business for Brisbane, Scenic Rim, Ipswich, Somerset and Lockyer Valley areas. Operates from 1 July 2010. Sells and delivers water to customers and collects, transports and treats sewage.

Distribution and retail business for Sunshine Coast and Moreton Bay Regional Council areas. Operates from 1 July 2010. Sells and delivers water to customers and collects, transports and treats sewage.

Distribution and retail business for Logan, Gold Coast and Redland areas. Operates from 1 July 2010. Sells and delivers water to customers and collects, transports and treats sewage.

Water industry
SEQ Healthy Waterways
The Healthy Waterways Partnership is a collaboration between Queensland and local governments, industry, research groups and the community working to improve the health of our region's waterways.

International Water Centre
dedicated to providing the most advanced education and training, applied research and consulting to develop capacity and promote whole-of-water cycle approaches to integrated water management around the world.

Australian Water Recycling Centre of Excellence
The Centre will enhance the management and use of water recycling nationally and internationally through industry and research partnerships.

Australian Water Association
The peak body representing water professionals in Australia, promoting sustainable water management through collaboration, advocacy and professional development.

Water Services Association of Australia
The Water Services Association of Australia (WSAA) is the peak body of the Australian urban water industry. WSAA provides a forum for debate on issues of importance to the urban water industry and to be a focal point for communicating the industry's views.

CSIRO – Water for a healthy country
A national research program addressing one of Australia’s most pressing natural resource issues – sustainable management of our water resources.

The Australian National Centre of Excellence in Desalination
The Centre leads and coordinates Australia’s research in desalination technology.

Smart Water Research Centre (Griffith University) 
Embodies a synergistic approach to the integrated water management cycle and conducts research in the areas of microbiology, environmental toxicology and chemical diagnostics.

Advanced Water Management Centre
The Advanced Water Management Centre at the University of Queensland is a world leader in innovative water technology and management with leading expertise in education, research and consulting.

Queensland Government
Queensland Water Commission
The statutory authority responsible for achieving safe, secure and sustainable water supplies in South East Queensland and other designated regions.

Department of Environment and Resource Management
The department is responsible for managing Queensland's natural resources and water and have also taken on the responsibilities of the former Environmental Protection Agency.

Department of Infrastructure and Planning
The Department brings together planning, local government and infrastructure responsibilities to deliver integrated solutions, face the state's population and economic challenges, and secure a sustainable future for Queensland.

Federal Government
Department of Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts
The Department develops and implements national policy, programs and legislation to protect and conserve Australia's environment and heritage and to promote Australian arts and culture.