Private companies require an NSW WICA (Water Industry Competition Act 2006) licence to construct, operate and/or maintain water industry infrastructure.
These activities are regulated by the Independent Pricing & Regulatory Tribunal of NSW (IPART) and the Energy & Water Ombudsman NSW (EWON).
Yes, Altogether Group has a license issued by the NSW Minister for Water, Property and Housing under the Water Industry Competition Act (WIC Act).
The license authorises Altogether Group to operate as a utility providing water services to the community.
Altogether Group is responsible for setting fees and charges, in accordance with WICA (Water Industry Competition Act) and Water Industry Competition Regulations.
IPART regulates the licensing of private water utilities in NSW under the Water Industry Competition Act (the Act). The Act and policy development are administered by the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment on behalf of the Minister for Water, Property and Housing.
A corporation (other than a public water utility) must obtain a licence to construct, maintain or operate any water industry infrastructure, to supply water (potable or non-potable), or provide sewerage services by means of any water industry infrastructure.