Water Main Replacement Works - section of Nhill
To improve water quality and water pressure in Nhill, GWMWater will be conducting works on the water main on Pine and MacPherson Streets and the Western Highway in between.
Works are expected to take place between the hours of 7 am to 5 pm, commencing on Monday 4 June 2018, and lasting for approximately seven weeks.
Due to the nature of the works, parking and traffic flows may be impacted for short periods of time.
GWMWater contractors will provide businesses and residents with 48 hours notice of potential disruptions.
For more information or enquiries please contact our Customer Call Centre on 1300 659 961.
Current water restrictions
Safe to drink?
The water is safe for drinking. It is filtered and disinfected to meet the strict guidelines for safe drinking water. It can be used for drinking, cooking, making ice, cleaning your teeth and for showering or bathing.
Drinking water treatment
Coagulation, flocculation, dissolved air flotation, filtration, disinfection, pH correction.
Chemicals used in the process
Caustic soda, aluminium chlorohydrate, chlorine.
We test the water quality regularly. View the test results
Statement of Water Quality for food businesses, if required.
Your water comes from the Grampians Headworks Storages. The "headworks" is the area in and around the Grampians ranges and Wimmera River. It includes 11 reservoirs and diversion weirs and the streams and channels connecting them.
GWMWater maintains the infrastructure of the headworks, while the independent Storage Manager manages the water resources.
Your water is piped to Dimboola through the Wimmera Mallee Pipeline (Supply System 1). The Wimmera Mallee Pipeline replaced 17,500 km of inefficient channels to ensure a more secure and healthy water supply for the region. It supplies water to approximately 9,000 farms and 34 townships.
Your drinking water is treated at the Dimboola Water Treatment Plant and piped to Nhill.
Yes - Gravity Sewer System