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TasWater is committed to keeping our customers, employees and the public informed about what is happening in our organisation and the Tasmanian water industry.  Our latest media release can be viewed below.  For all media enquiries please call 13 6992 and ask to speak with our Communications team.

21 Feb 2018 Rosny College graduate takes out TasWater Scholarship
This year’s Steve Balcombe Scholarship winner is Jenna Farrow, from Oakdowns on Hobart’s eastern shore. Jenna has just completed year 12 at Rosny College and is now enrolled in Engineering at the University of Tasmania.
6 Feb 2018 Treasurer's only guarantee - debt will be deeper and last longer
Media Release Treasurer’s only guarantee – debt will be deeper and last longer 6 February 2018.pdf
1 Feb 2018 Water treatment plant on the way to Wayatinah
Media Release Water treatment plant on the way to Wayatinah 1 February 2018.pdf
30 Jan 2018 Tasmanians will not accept more misinformation about water and sewerage prices
Tasmanians will not accept more misinformation about water and sewerage prices.pdf
30 Jan 2018 Bridport water restriction lifted
Media Release Bridport Water Restrictions lifted 30 January 2018.pdf
25 Jan 2018 Burst water main in Burnie and Somerset
TasWater confirms that a burst water main in the Burnie and Somerset water supply on the 24 January has caused a number of properties to experience varying levels of discolouration, as well as taste and odour issues.
17 Jan 2018 Take care over water use as summer bites
With more hot weather on the horizon, TasWater is closely monitoring demand for water along with storage levels across the state to ensure supplies are maintained right through summer.
11 Jan 2018 Kentish area to get new water meters
Media Release Water Meter Renewal Kentish 11 January 2018.pdf
11 Jan 2018 Water Meter Renewal Program to begin in Devonport
Media Release Water Meter Renewal Devonport 11 January 2018.pdf
9 Jan 2018 Parks and Wildlife gives sewer pipe the tick of approval
TasWater welcomes approval from the Parks and Wildlife Service for the construction of a pipeline in the Peter Murrell Reserve which will transfer sewage from the Margate and Electrona area to an upgraded Blackmans Bay sewage treatment plant.