Dr Annette Davison is a sought-after risk and auditing expert, with around 30 years of experience in the water and environment industries, in the private, academic and public sectors. Annette holds a Higher National Diploma and BSc(Hons), a Masters in Environmental and Local Government Law and a PhD in environmental microbiology and biochemistry. She is also a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and Professional Member of the Australian Water Association (AWA). Annette lead-authored the World Health Organisation’s first Water Safety Plan (WSP) initiative in 2004-5 and was instrumental in achieving inclusion of risk management within the Australian Drinking Water Guidelines in 2004.
Daniel Drew holds a MSc., is a chemist, company director and environment and business management consultant with strong interest in manufacturing efficiency and sustainable technologies, particularly for water, wastewater and renewable energy systems. He has extensive experience in analytical chemistry, scientific research, process development, manufacturing methods, corrosion studies and pollution abatement within the food, mining, minerals, water and wastewater, metals, plastics, chemicals and other industries. Mr. Drew is a leading exponent of Cleaner Production technology and presented the post graduate degree course “Cleaner Production Strategies” at RMIT. He has also assisted Environment Australia in educating industry in this area. He has also worked on various industrial technology and environmental projects in a number of countries.