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Central Highlands Water Chair, Mr Jeremy Johnson and Mr Terry Welch, Chief Executive Officer, Maryborough District Health Services, today launched our Be Smart Choose Tap program with the Maryborough District Health Services staff.

Central Highlands Water (CHW) announces a new sewer pump station and wet weather detention storage facility in Kennedys Drive, Delacombe.

As soon as we were notified of the issue, Central Highlands Water acted quickly to contain the spill and worked in cooperation with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).  

Students from St Thomas More Primary School can now fill up their drink bottles from a permanent Be Smart Choose Tap drinking fountain recently installed at their school. The fountain, along with an education program developed by Central Highlands Water, encourages students to choose tap water over bottled water.

To celebrate World Environment Day, the Victorian State Government and Central Highlands Water are proud to announce the Ballarat Greening Schools recycled water project.

The Let’s talk Water Customer Forum will be held on Saturday 1st April and invites participants to actively "workshop" key topics, services and associated costs that have been identified by customers in the recent Let’s Talk Water survey as major priorities.

Central Highlands Water’s Chair Mr Jeremy Johnson and City of Ballarat Deputy Mayor Cr Mark Harris today announce the completion of four new Be Smart Choose Tap drinking fountains located at the Ballarat Aquatic Centre and three water play spaces, including Ballarat North, Sebastopol and Eureka.

Central Highlands Water is encouraging all customers in the Central Highlands region to get involved in a new water efficiency program targeted at rural and regional Victorians.

People living in Ballarat will have more efficient wastewater treatment services after the completion of a $10 million upgrade of the Ballarat South Wastewater Treatment Plant.

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.