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Inside TasWater - Episode 13
28/10/19
Inside TasWater - Episode 13
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Inside TasWater - Episode 12
30/09/19
Each day TasWater deals with 137 million litres of sewage through more than 4,764 km of sewer mains with crews on standby 24/7 to ensure the systems are operating correctly.
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Inside TasWater - Episode 11
08/08/19
An increase in burst mains and leaks in an area of Launceston prompted a full investigation by TasWater recently.
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Inside TasWater - Episode 10
21/06/19
TasWater crews manage approximately 182,000 sewerage connections around the state. Crews are available 24/7 365 days a year to attend assets when something isn’t operating as it should.
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Inside TasWater - Episode 9
18/06/19
TasWater carries out a range of maintenance activities to ensure the reticulated water meets both the requirements of the Australian Drinking Water Guidelines and the aesthetic requirements of our customers.
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Inside TasWater - Episode 8
07/05/19
Our crew, who are available 24/7 365 days a year, recently received an early wakeup call on a Sunday morning, as a burst main restricted water to a large number of properties in Spreyton and Quoiba.
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Inside TasWater - Episode 7
10/04/19
There was a hive of activity on a residential street in Sheffield at the beginning of the month, as TasWater crews worked in conjunction with contractors to disconnect an old water main.
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Inside TasWater - Episode 6
05/03/19
Traffic diversions were implemented on a busy road at Newstead as TasWater worked on repairing a large burst water main, without disrupting the water supply of nearby customers.
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Inside TasWater - Episode 5
11/01/19
Devonport’s North Street was a hive of activity following reports of a broken connection line recently.
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Inside TasWater - Episode 4
14/12/18
A TasWater crew recently worked in conjunction with contractors to repair a slow water leak in a customer’s connection line.
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