Licensing

Water industry licensing

The Essential Services Commission of South Australia (ESCOSA) is responsible for the economic regulation of water and sewerage services in South Australia. Their role includes:

  • water industry entities licensing
  • consumer protection
  • retail pricing.

A water industry entity is defined by the Water Industry Act 2012 as an organisation or person that holds a licence issued by ESCOSA to provide a drinking water, non-drinking water and/or sewage service, operation or activity.

For further information, please visit the ESCOSA website.


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Page last updated 12 May 2017

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Department of the Premier and Cabinet
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Last Updated:
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