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2017 News Posts thumbnail 10/08/2017

Temporary wastewater release

 Wastewater, ROS, Australian Paper

Gippsland Water will temporarily release untreated trade waste to the Regional Outfall System from tomorrow.

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2017 News Posts thumbnail 20/07/2017

Gippsland Water listening to locals in latest five year plan

 Drouin, Sale, Customers, Warragul, Bills, Community Engagement, Consultation

The water corporation has based its plan for 2018 to 2023 on feedback from customers about their values and expectations.

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2017 News Posts thumbnail 12/07/2017

Media Statement: EPA report findings on 2016 Flynn sewer spill

 EPA, report

Gippsland Water welcomes the findings of an EPA review that found Gippsland Water appropriately contained and cleaned-up a sewer spill at Flynn on 1 February 2016 and self-reported the incident.

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2017 News Posts thumbnail 23/05/2017

Water corporations embrace gender diversity at inaugural Women in Water event

 Water, Event, Gender Diversity

More than 150 women from across the water sector came together in Traralgon recently for the inaugural Women in Water event which acknowledged and embraced gender diversity within the industry.

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2017 News Posts thumbnail 11/04/2017

Planned maintenance at Buckley’s Hill

 Water, Maintenance, Morwell

Gippsland Water is about to commence the second stage of planned embankment maintenance works at Buckley’s Hill Reservoir in Morwell.

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2017 News Posts thumbnail 31/03/2017

Drouin to benefit from $2.5M investment as town grows

 Wastewater, Drouin, Sewer, Upgrades, sewerage

Drouin will benefit from a $2.5M investment as Gippsland Water delivers a project to prevent sewer spills in the Settlement Road area of town.

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2017 News Posts thumbnail 23/03/2017

Sale drinking water is safe

 Sale, Wurruk, Drinking Water

Sale and Wurruk customers can be reassured that the drinking water is safe. Gippsland Water increased its testing regime to include PFOS and PFAS following issues at the East Sale RAAF base in 2015.

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2017 News Posts thumbnail 23/03/2017

Maffra water storage tank repaired and back online

 Repairs, stratford, Maffra, Boisdale

Specialist divers have completed an inspection and undertaken a patch repair on the liner of the water storage tank at Maffra.

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2017 News Posts thumbnail 16/03/2017

Water supplies steady as divers called in to find leak in water tank

 stratford, Fault, Maffra, Boisdale

Specialist divers have started the painstaking task of blocking pipes and inspecting the liner for cracks to find the source of a leak in a tank at the Maffra Water Treatment Plant.

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2017 News Posts thumbnail 15/03/2017

Gippsland Water customers in Maffra, Stratford and Boisdale to be vigilant

 stratford, Fault, Maffra, Boisdale

Gippsland Water’s Maffra Treatment Plant is experiencing operational stress due to a leak in the system and customers are being urged to remain vigilant with outdoor water use over the next week of forecast hot temperatures.

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About Us

Gippsland Water supplies fresh clean drinking water to more than 70,000 customers, and wastewater services to more than 63,000 customers across an area of more than 5,000 square kilometres. It maintains a $1 billion infrastructure network, which includes more than 2,000 kilometres of water mains, 15 water treatment plants, over 1,700 kilometres of sewer mains and 14 wastewater treatment plants.

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Free drinking water initiative

Did you know that you can access free tap water at refill locations across the Latrobe Valley?

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Contact Us

55 Hazelwood Road, Traralgon, VIC, 3844

Phone: 1800 050 500

Fax: (03) 5174 0103

Interpreter service: 1313 450


TTY: 1800 555 677

Email: contactus@gippswater.com.au