TasWater News

Longford Sewage Treatment Plant upgrade
The Longford Sewage Treatment Plant Upgrade (STP) is progressing well, with the project hitting another significant milestone this month.
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Business owners checklist for return to site
Two Tasmanian utilities are encouraging business owners and managers to ensure buildings which have had little or no use are safe and operating efficiently.
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Restoring water quality in buildings
As many Tasmanians begin returning to work with the easing of COVID-19 restrictions, we would like to remind building owners and managers that taps and sewage services that have not been used for a while should to be checked as part of your return to work program.
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Scholarship recipient gets the job
Scholarship recipient
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United for all Tasmanians
United for all Tasmanians
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St Marys reuse scheme a go
Works have officially completed to upgrade a reuse irrigation scheme at St Marys, to reduce the environmental impact of the St Marys Sewage Treatment Plant.
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New King Island Water Treatment Plant opened
TasWater has today officially unveiled its new King Island Water Treatment Plant (WTP).
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Dam repairs secure Swansea's water supply
Repairs to the Swansea Dam have been completed, with TasWater successfully harvesting more than 60 megalitres of water from the Meredith River into the dam.
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Capital Delivery Office FAQs
The Capital Delivery Office is a unit set up by TasWater to manage our complex and ambitious capital works program over the next few years.
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Awards flow for TasWater employees
TasWater's Matthew Robertson, a Process Engineer based at Moonah, has been awarded the Australian Water Association’s 2018 Tasmanian Young Water Professional of the Year.
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