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28 MARCH 2022 | Shepparton residents are being asked to help conserve water on Sunday, as Goulburn Valley Water practices their incident response to plan for future potential emergencies.
25 FEBRUARY 2022 | Goulburn Valley Water is calling for customers to help make decisions on future services, prices and plans by registering an expression of interest for a customer panel.
24 FEBRUARY 2022 | Goulburn Valley Water customers are encouraged to have their say on a draft strategy outlining how water and wastewater services and demands will be met now and in the future, in light of population growth and a drying climate.
21 DECEMBER 2021 | Goulburn Valley Water is urging residents to ensure they make every drop of water count this summer.
10 DECEMBER 2021 | Goulburn-Murray Water (GMW) and Goulburn Valley Water have joined forces with local organisations to supply laptops to disadvantaged residents across the Shepparton region.
26 NOVEMBER 2021 | Goulburn Valley Water customers are being encouraged to ‘build a bill’ to help shape future services and pricing.
24 NOVEMBER 2021 | Goulburn Valley Water has continued to adapt in an ever-changing environment to deliver essential services for customers, a report has outlined
5 NOVEMBER 2021 | Two new permanent hydration stations have been installed in Murrindindi Shire – featuring new auto-sensors for easy and safe community use.
3 NOVEMBER 2021 | Goulburn Valley Water will join an international race to beat climate change by committing to net zero by 2050 through a global alliance dedicated to reducing emissions.
12 OCTOBER 2021 | Goulburn Valley Water has teamed up with the Department of Environment Land Water and Planning and water organisations from around the state to provide exciting online educational experiences for this year’s National Water Week.
30 SEPTEMBER 2O21 | Goulburn Valley Water has welcomed the release of a draft international and Australian first standard to help prevent sewer blockages.
27 AUGUST 2021 | Several towns supplied by Goulburn Valley Water (GVW) have this year received new water meters as part of a trial of digital metering technology, with millions of litres already saved as a result.
17 SEPTEMBER 2021 | Treated wastewater from Goulburn Valley Water's (GVW) Yea and Seymour Wastewater Management Facilities (WMF) will be released into the Yea River and Back Creek respectively over coming weeks in consultation with EPA.
9 AUGUST 2021 | Treated wastewater from Goulburn Valley Water's (GVW) Broadford Wastewater Management Facility (WMF) will be released into Sunday Creek over coming weeks in consultation with the EPA.
23 JULY 2021 | Treated wastewater from Goulburn Valley Water's (GVW) Mansfield Wastewater Management Facility (WMF) will be released into Fords Creek over coming weeks in consultation with the EPA.
2 JULY 2021 | Goulburn Valley Water customers will continue to benefit from low water costs, as prices fall for the fourth year in a row.
2 JULY 2021 | Stanhope students have committed to make the switch to tap water as their drop of choice to help improve their health and wellbeing.
23 JUNE 2021 | People are being asked to think beyond water and share their thoughts on Goulburn Valley Water’s services as part of planning to shape its upcoming 2023-28 pricing submission.
23 JUNE 2021 | A mural honouring Tatura’s history and iconic water tower will be officially unveiled on Sunday.
02 JUNE 2021 | A recent meter reading error by Goulburn Valley Water is currently impacting a number of customers in our South West district
14 MAY 2021 | A Goulburn Valley Water (GVW) program to exchange mechanical water meters for intelligent meters at no additional cost to customers will be underway in Kilmore as of next week.
22 APRIL 2022 | Residents and visitors to Merrigum will soon have new recreational fishing opportunities thanks to a new project to transform unused water storage lagoons in Merrigum into fishing lakes.