There is no evidence that drinking water will be affected by the COVID-19 virus or that it is transmitted in drinking water.
We’re reassuring you that our water is safe, reliable and is treated to a high standard. Find out more here. Click here to find out more.
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
It's everyone's responsibility to use water wisely - how can you make every drop of water count?
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Our Contractor Health, Safety and Environment Induction is available online.
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Goulburn Valley Water customers with water originally from the Murray River may be experiencing an 'earthy' taste.
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Solar panels have recently been installed at Rushworth Water Treatment Plant as part of a GVW project to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and reduce operating costs.
GVW Manager Asset & Project Delivery, Alan Tyson, said improvement works are required to increase the reliability and capacity of the pump station to cater for the future.
St Georges Rd Primary School students will be starting their 2020 school year with a top drop, after making a pledge to drink more water at school.
Several of Goulburn Valley Water's facilities in and near Shepparton are in varying stages of construction with installation of nearly 3,000 solar panels taking place on GVW land.
Tatura’s Wastewater Management Facility is home to 460 newly installed solar panels as part of a Goulburn Valley Water project to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and reduce operating costs.
Testing has shown there is higher than normal levels of geosmin (a naturally occurring organic compound) in the raw water supply sourced from a channel in the Murray Irrigation District to supply the Numurkah Water Treatment Plant.
Goulburn Valley Water is urging residents to ensure they make every drop of water count this summer, with temperatures again predicted to be warmer and drier than average.
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