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Open Data Strategy Open Data Strategy

 GAWB is committed to embedding the principles of the Queensland Government Open Data initiative within the organisation's ongoing business activities by:

  • releasing as much data as possible
  • making data accessible and easy to find
  • publishing data in line with the Open Data Policy Principles
  • ensuring data is fit-for-purpose
  • working with stakeholders to realise the benefits of open data.

Our Open Data Strategy outlines GAWB's plan, principles and release strategy for data collected, stored and maintained to support the delivery of bulk water supply services to the Gladstone region.

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2016 Annual Report Open Data

 

Overseas Travel

Overseas travel undertaken by officers of Gladstone Area Water Board in 2014-15 including name, position, destination, reason for travel, agency costs and contribution from other agencies or sources.

Consultancies

Consulting spending undertaken by GAWB in 2015-16.

     
 

GAWB Annual KPI Reporting to DEWS

     
  Awoonga Dam Fish Stocking Data
    Amount and types of fish stocked from GAWB's hatchery to Awoonga Dam from 1981
     
  Awoonga Dam Water Level Data
    Awoonga Dam Lake Level - daily measurements from 1 August 2014
     
  Volumetric Water Sale Data
    Monthly volumetric water sales for both raw and potable water
     
  Water Treatment Plant Data listed below:
   
  • Amount of raw water pumped monthly from Awoonga Dam to the Gladstone network (ML)
  • Raw Water delivered to Gladstone Water Treatment Plant (GWTP)
  • Raw Water delivered to Yarwun Water Treatment Plant (YWTP)
  • Volumetric water treated at GWTP
  • Volumetric water treated at YWTP
  • Turbity at GWTP
  • Turbity at YWTP
  • Free Chlorine at GWTP
  • Free Chlorine at YWTP

Volumetric water treated is the amount of water pumped out of the treatment plants as final drinking water.

Turbidity and Chlorine averages are calculated from the online instruments and derived from SCADA: turbidity is the average filtered water turbidity: Free Cl is the average free chlorine as measured in the clear water reservoirs.

     
  Visitor Vehicles to Lake Awoonga
    Total number of visitor vehicles to the Lake Awoonga Recreation area
     
  GAWB Land Data
    Total number of licensees/lessees that operate a business venture under agreement on or around Lake Awoonga
   
  • Total number of licences
  • Total number of leases
  • Total number of tenants
  • Total number of agistments

 

Additional Information

Created 14/12/2013
Last Updated 07/04/2017
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Licence Creative Commons Attribution Creative Commons License

 

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