GWMWater has commenced discharging treated water from the St Arnaud Wastewater Treatment Plant into the St Arnaud Creek.

GWMWater has commenced discharging treated water from the Ararat Wastewater Treatment Plant into the Hopkins River.

GWMWater is currently discharging recycled water that meets EPA requirements for use of reclaimed water from the Horsham Wastewater Treatment Plant to the Wimmera River over the coming weeks.

Currently GWMWater supplies many towns with a non-drinking water supply including Kaniva, Ultima, Moyston and Elmhurst.

As GWMWater prepares its pricing submission for the 2018-2023 period it is asking customers in Kaniva, Ultima, Moyston and Elmhurst what their views are in respect to the possibility of receiving a fully treated supply of drinking water.

The Urban and Rural Water Supply Strategy outlines how we will manage water security to provide water services in our towns and cities now and into the future. Urban Water Strategies have a long-term outlook of 50 years.

As GWMWater has both urban and rural responsibilities, the strategy considers both urban and rural pipeline supplied customers in each of our five water supply systems - Murray, Goulburne, Grampians, Pyrenees and Eastern Grampians and Groundwater towns.

The strategy meets requirement 6-A of the Statement of Obligations (General) issued to all water corporations and has been produced in accordance with DELWP Urban Water Strategy Development Guidelines.

Adobe PDF file icon 24x24 Urban and Rural Water Supply Strategy (429 kB)

GWMWater’s Deliberative Panel to consider pricing met for the first time in Horsham last

week. The role of the Deliberative Panel is to act as an independent panel representing the views of

GWMWater’s broad customer base as the organisation’s pricing submission proposal to the

Essential Services Commission for the 2018 to 2023 period is prepared.

 

 Deliberative Panel to consider future GWMWater prices meets (136kB)

TechnologyOne has done a fantastic job profiling us in their recent case study video. Our staff proudly participated in the video to showcase us using their integrated systems. Have a look at the video – there is some great footage in there!

We are proud to be a Volunteering Recognition Awards partner for 2017.  The Volunteering Recognition Awards celebrates and promote the role of volunteering.

More about the Volunteering Recognition Awards

 

GWMWater is encouraging all customers in its region to get involved in a new water efficiency program targeted at regional Victorians.

The GWMWater Board, with the assistance of its Irrigation Diverters Committee, has recently approved a new set of rules for the taking of water for irrigation on the Wimmera River.