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With continuing warm
conditions and low rainfall in the region, we’re asking you to be water wise to
help ensure the sustainability of water supply - it's everyone's responsibility to be waterwise.
How you can be waterwise at home
Permanent Water Saving Rules are designed to help reduce unnecessary water use and encourage efficiency. Following these rules can help alleviate the stress household water usage puts on Victoria's water resources.
What you can do under PWSRs
Outdoor water use accounts for about 20-50% of an Australian home's usage and is where huge amounts can be wasted.
There are simple and easy things you can do in your garden to ensure you're using water efficiently.
Optimising water in your garden
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A tree harvesting project has just begun at Goulburn Valley Water’s (GVW) Shepparton Wastewater Management Facility (WMF) to help remediate the land and transform it into productive irrigated farming with vegetation corridors.
Goulburn Valley Water is thanking residents for their efforts to reduce water consumption while critical repair works were underway at the Shepparton Water Treatment Plant in November to repair two leaks in a large, 1200mm diameter pipe.
Intelligent meters will soon be installed in some towns to help reduce water wastage and detect leaks early as part of a multi-million-dollar project being rolled out by Goulburn Valley Water (GVW) in coming months.
Budding scientists, water champions, students and community members in the Goulburn Valley are being encouraged to log on and learn online as part of this year’s National Water Week Online Learning Festival.
Goulburn Valley Water’s new Managing Director has hit the ground running, despite arriving from Perth to join the business in very unusual circumstances – in the middle of a state-wide lockdown where almost everyone is working remotely.
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