SA Water Corporation
About SA Water Corporation
SA Water is an internationally recognised water utility wholly owned by the Government of South Australia.
We deliver water and wastewater services to almost 1.4 million people across the State. With an annual turnover of about $750 million per annum assets of more than $6 billion and more than 1300 staff SA Water is a big part of the South Australian landscape and can trace their history back to 1856.
SA Water (South Australian Water Corporation) was established on 1 July 1995 pursuant to the South Australian Water Corporation Act 1994 (the Act).
SA Water is a public corporation subject to the provisions of the Public Corporations Act 1993. That Act requires a charter and performance statement to be prepared by the Corporation's Minister and the Treasurer after consultation with the Corporation. The charter for the Corporation outlines: the nature and scope of commercial and non-commercial activities including financial investment activities; financial standards and reporting including interim reports on operations; the form and content of accounts and financial statements; and accounting and internal auditing systems and practices; the operating environment of the Corporation asset management and control and the basis for setting fees and charges.
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