| Saturday October 16, 2021
|| IT'S EASY to undervalue something when it's always there. But do you know how many times a day you use your taps? The average Aussie turns on their tap nine times a day, and Tasmanians use around 200 million litres of water per day, that's about 80 Olympic sized swimming pools!
|Saturday September 18, 2021
TASWATER is playing its part to make it easier for customers to interact with us, by giving them a range of options to do so. Tasmanians, like many others across the globe, are increasingly using the internet and social media and many utilities are recognising that. Improving customer experiences.
|Saturday August 21, 2021
Most Tasmanians are fortunate enough that by turning on a household tap they have immediate access to high quality drinking water. They may never have considered what is involved in making that happen.
|Saturday July 17, 2021
SINCE its formation in 2013, TasWater has spent almost a billion dollars improving infrastructure across Tasmania. This investment has allowed TasWater to deliver projects such as the 24glasses Regional Towns Water Supply Program, which removed permanent public health alerts from 29 towns and drinking water systems. But there is plenty more to do.
|Saturday June 20, 2020
||TASMANIA has done well to contain the health impacts of COVID-19. Now it’s time to set our minds on invigorating the economy to get back on a pathway to normality, and at TasWater, we
are ready to respond. Working on beyond COVID-19
|Saturday May 16, 2020
||WHAT is essential has taken many different forms as Tasmanians respond to living with COVID-19. Fortunately, we have moved on from the initial scramble for what we thought was
essential (toilet paper, flour, rice and pasta sauce), and the community has reassessed priorities and adjusted to restrictions aimed at protecting our health. Keeping things normal in a time of change.
|Saturday April 25, 2020
||TASWATER recognises that even when life is ticking over normally, it can be tough to keep on top of everyday bills. Now with uncertainty amplified by COVID-19, TasWater has
implemented a program to increase the ways the company can help support its customers. Keeping customers connected
|Saturday March 28, 2020
||AS the community faces ever- changing challenges presented by the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19), TasWater is working to ensure it provides Tasmanians with ongoing water and
sewerage services. All systems go.
|February 1, 2020
||Throughout the state, TasWater staff are working to secure Tasmania's water supply in challenging times. All in this together.