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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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Dr Stephen Gumley announced as new TasWater chairman
Dr Stephen Gumley announced as new TasWater chairman
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Looking after the health of Tassie's most popular waterway
The D’Entrecasteaux and Huon waterways are shared-use waterways that host more Tasmanian recreational fishers and boaters than any other in Tasmania, and with thriving commercial operators and growing residential development it is critical that the area’s natural values are managed effectively.
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Margate sewage treatment plant works
TasWater contractors continue works at the Margate sewage treatment plant, Dru Point. This work is part of the Kingborough Sewerage Project and will see this treatment plant converted to a pump station that will transfer flows to the upgraded Blackmans Bay sewage treatment plant.
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Bennie's Blog
General Manager, Service Delivery, Bennie Smith's weekly blog.
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Councils vote overwhelmingly to support Government becoming a shareholder
Council owners of TasWater have today voted overwhelmingly to support the Tasmanian Government becoming a shareholder of the statewide water and sewerage company.
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Queenstown's water supply secured for another 100 years
The Conglomerate Dam upgrade is complete, securing Queenstown’s water supply for the next 100 years.
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