Posts Tagged ‘community engagement’

Coliban Water announces water storages in good position

Coliban Water have announced that after above average rainfall for summer, the water storages are in a particularly good position. Three Coliban River catchment storages near Kynton are at 80% and the Malmsbury Reservoir has reaped the benefits of above average rain, with three millimetres above the long-term summer average and 31 millimetres more than…

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Working for Victoria crews weeding out threats to Plenty Gorge environment

A popular park in Melbourne’s north has now reopened to the public after recovering from bushfire damage – thanks to a helping hand from Melbourne Water’s Working for Victoria program. Crews have completed vital weeding works within Plenty Gorge Park supporting Parks Victoria’s efforts to rehabilitate the site damaged by a bushfire in December 2019.…

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Gippsland Water seeking Community Input

Gippsland Water is reaching out to Moe customers affected by a precautionary boil water alert earlier this year to help decide how a $5,000 community donation might best be spent in their area.  The alert was issued in February following storm damage at the Moe water treatment plant.  Managing director Sarah Cumming said the decision…

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Parlimentary Inquiry Tackling Climate Change in Victorian Communities Submission

27 August 2019 The Committee Manager Legislative Assembly, Environment and Planning Committee Parliament House, Spring Street EAST MELBOURNE VIC 3002 Dear Committee Members Re: Inquiry into Tackling Climate Change in Victorian Communities Thank you for the opportunity to respond to the Parliamentary Inquiry into Tackling Climate Change in Victorian Communities. VicWater is the peak body…

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