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St Bede’s College students explore water works

2024-06-05T09:59:41+10:00

VCE Vocational Major students from St Bede’s College explored career pathways in the water industry by getting a first-hand look at water main renewal works along Beach Road in Mentone. South East Water and delivery partner Service Stream provided students with unique access [...]

St Bede’s College students explore water works2024-06-05T09:59:41+10:00

Essential EOFY tips for your superannuation

2024-06-03T15:46:19+10:00

As the end of the financial year approaches, it's important to engage in some superannuation ‘housekeeping’ to check your financial future remains on track. Taking the time to review and optimise your super arrangements can yield significant benefits in the long run, but [...]

Essential EOFY tips for your superannuation2024-06-03T15:46:19+10:00

Supporting Sunraysia’s Water Future SWEP Project makes a splash with community

2024-05-30T17:05:47+10:00

Sunraysia Water Efficiency Project contractors have held up well to the scrutiny of nearly 400 “Junior Pipeline Inspectors” during a recent visit from the Nichols Point Primary School. Lower Murray Water (LMW) is proud to be delivering the Sunraysia Water Efficiency Project (SWEP), [...]

Supporting Sunraysia’s Water Future SWEP Project makes a splash with community2024-05-30T17:05:47+10:00

Central Highlands Water taps Infor for digital transformation

2024-06-04T11:48:25+10:00

Infor CloudSuite Public Sector to modernise and streamline operations with improved data governance and transparency Infor®, the industry cloud company has announced that long-time customer Central Highlands Water will deploy Infor CloudSuite Public Sector to transform it into an agile, data-driven digital utility [...]

Central Highlands Water taps Infor for digital transformation2024-06-04T11:48:25+10:00

WaterAble Update

2024-05-08T13:47:25+10:00

The committee has been busy this year and want to update you on a couple of exciting opportunities. WaterAble Champion program We are seeking expressions of interest for the WaterAble Champion Program. The goal of this program is to set up an internal contact [...]

WaterAble Update2024-05-08T13:47:25+10:00

Word from the CEO – May 2024

2024-05-08T13:17:29+10:00

It was great to see the Victorian water sector well represented at Ozwater 24 in Melbourne last week, among a record attendance of 1,800 delegates. With three days of multi-streamed conference sessions and a massive trade exhibition, there was truly something for everyone. [...]

Word from the CEO – May 20242024-05-08T13:17:29+10:00

EWOV Quarterly Reflect

2024-05-07T12:23:01+10:00

The Energy and Water Ombudsman Victoria (EWOV) publishes a quarterly report highlighting insights from their caseload and broader work program. In the forthcoming issue of Reflect – EWOV identifies key casework insights: EWOV received 4,442 cases in the Jan-Mar quarter 2024, down 5% [...]

EWOV Quarterly Reflect2024-05-07T12:23:01+10:00

Policy Update – May 2024

2024-05-07T11:37:23+10:00

Workforce Readiness Project The April working group meeting continued developing the DTF Investment Management Standard for the project. This meeting focussed on articulating the benefits needed to be delivered to solve the problem statements that were defined at the previous workshop. A meeting [...]

Policy Update – May 20242024-05-07T11:37:23+10:00

VicWater Annual Conference 2024 – Keynote Speaker Confirmed!

2024-05-09T09:21:51+10:00

VicWater are thrilled to announce our Day 1 Keynote Speaker: Professor Tim Flannery  With the environment and sustainability being the key focus areas for the 2024 Annual Conference, who better to give us the lay of the land and commence our journey through the [...]

VicWater Annual Conference 2024 – Keynote Speaker Confirmed!2024-05-09T09:21:51+10:00

Program Update – May 2024

2024-05-08T13:15:52+10:00

I was fortunate to attend the annual OzWater conference last week in Melbourne, along with a high contingent of the Victorian water sector, given the hometown advantage. I thought I would share a couple of the key highlights from my week:  Shae Abel [...]

Program Update – May 20242024-05-08T13:15:52+10:00
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