Raise your glasses… Tasmania has won the award for Australia’s best tasting tap water for
the third time in eight years, and TasWater will now battle it out in the USA against the best
in the world.
TasWater celebrates World Toilet Day on November 19, 2023
Tasmanian Fire Service (TFS) had a training day held at TasWater's Forster Street Pump Station in Launceston.
TasWater has unveiled the latest masterpiece in its Asset Artwork Program, the 24th asset to be painted.
Drilling begins on TasWater's new sewage rising main.
TasWater’s largest ever capital works project – delivered on time and under its $243.9 million budget – will provide safe, clean, and reliable drinking water for generations of Tasmanians.
The lid has been placed on the new diversion chamber at Margaret Street sewage pump station.
Giving back to the Tasmanian community, attracting local talent and addressing underrepresented voices to the water industry are the driving forces behind the expansion of TasWater’s scholarship program.
Replanting works are underway in the new parkland area at Turriff Lodge.
TasWater has supported the Fearless Festival for seven years and was an inaugural sponsor.
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