Water is a valuable resource; it is essential for life and is recycled continually. Humans directly impact the quality and quantity of water available every single day.
- Have you ever wondered why water is treated?
- Do you know where your local drinking water catchment is?
- How is sewage treated?
- What has public health got to do with treated water?
- How can you make a difference in conserving water and protecting the environment?
- What is the urban water cycle?
Answers to those questions and many others can be provided through TasWater's customer education programs.
To play our new, interactive game, Water Wheelers, click here.
To allow a greater focus on community event attendance TasWater no longer offers school visits, instead we offer lesson plans on the following topics:
- The natural and urban water cycles
- Environmental impacts on water
- Making water safe to drink
- Conserving water
- Water for health
- Where sewage comes from
- How sewage is treated
The Australian Water Association also has heaps of resources available to help you in the classroom.
Our talented TasWater staff are always happy to share their knowledge about our industry with your professional, community or service group meetings.
Presentation content can include updates about your local treatment plants, unpacking water and sewerage charges, project updates, discovering what Trade Waste is, understanding our role when developing properties and learning about water quality and our efforts to protect the environment.
Please contact [email protected] for more information.
Tours of treatment plants
TasWater is keen to share with customers how their water is treated. Opportunities for the public to view our treatment plants will be advertised through our socials and under the events heading below.
Please follow our official Facebook page for any updates
Under normal circumstances, the TasWater Community Engagement team regularly participates in events around the state to share information on our business, infrastructure programs, and innovation. Notice of events that TasWater hosts or participates in will be advertised made through traditional (i.e. newspaper) and social media channels. To stay informed with not just events but also public notices join us on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/TasWater1/
Annual events you can expect to see TasWater at include:
National Science Week which is held in August each year at various locations around the state,
National Water Week in October is a state-wide event that is kicked off earlier in the year by our Primary Schools Poster Competition,
Open House - In Launceston during September and in Hobart during November.
Please follow our official Facebook page for information about any upcoming events. If you have any questions, please contact [email protected]