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Permanent Water Saving Rules

Safe to drink?

Yes

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

Treatment process

Coagulation, flocculation, dissolved air flotation, filtration, disinfection, pH correction

Chemicals used in the process

Powdered activated carbon, lime, aluminium sulphate, booster chlorination

Water quality

We test the water quality regularly. View the test results

Water supply

Sea Lake receives its water sourced from the Grampians, treated at Warracknabeal Water Treatment Plant and then piped to Sea Lake.

The upgrade protects Sea Lake water supply from adverse water quality events that have become more prevalent in the Murray River in recent years.

Previously Sea Lake received chlorinated water supply from the Murray River via the Northern Mallee Pipeline from four pumping stations at Swan Hill, Piangil, Nyah and Liparoo.

Sewerage services

Yes - Gravity Sewer System

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Service disruptions

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Check the water supply for... 

Rural Properties Cowangie Hopetoun Minyip Pomonal Ultima
Antwerp Culgoa Horsham Miram Quambatook Underbool
Apsley Dimboola Jeparit Moyston Rainbow Warracknabeal
Ararat Donald Jung Murrayville Rupanyup Watchem
Berriwillock Dooen Kaniva Murtoa Sea Lake Waitchie
Beulah Edenhope Kiata Nandaly Serviceton Walpeup
Birchip Elmhurst Lake Bolac Natimuk Speed Westmere
Brim Glenorchy Lalbert Nhill St Arnaud Wickliffe
Buangor Goroke Lascelles Nullawil Stawell Willaura
Charlton Great Western Lillimur Ouyen Streatham Woomelang
Chillingollah Halls Gap Manangatang Patchewollock Tarranyurk Wycheproof
Chinkapook Harrow Marnoo Pimpinio Tempy Yaapeet

 

 

 

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