In order to improve the Maryborough and District water supply, Central Highlands Water is on track to deliver a $5.6 Million water investment to safeguard the region from further drought and climate variability.
World Environment Day (5 May), is intended to encourage awareness and action for the protection of the environment. This year’s theme is the illegal trade of wildlife.
Having moved into Autumn the Hepburn and Daylesford regions continue to experience lower than average rainfall, leading to lower than expected inflow into Central Highlands Water catchment areas in the region.
Central Highlands Water are proud to support the opening of Ballarat’s Inclusive Play Space.
Central Highlands Water are today, proud to announce this year’s National Water Week Poster Competition Winners.
Central Highlands Water are investing $5.6 Million into the Maryborough Water Treatment Facility to improve water quality for residents.
Maryborough has experienced unreliable rainfall for a number of years, and as a result the region has often relied upon groundwater to supplement reservoir water supply.
Central Highlands Water will today launch Let’s Talks Water; one of its biggest community engagement campaigns to date.
Central Highlands Water continues to optimise water infrastructure in the Daylesford and Hepburn regions.
Central Highlands Water have partnered with the Hepburn Shire Council to install a brand new Be Smart Choose Tap water fountain at Bourke Square in Daylesford.