Partnering for the Future
Strategic partnerships to combine resources and share expertise makes sense in the Victorian Water industry, where we are all working towards improved services and customer value for money.
To this end, Central Highlands Water and Western Water recently joined forces to renew aging sewer infrastructure, by partnering in the procurement process.
CHW Remains Committed to the Environment and Public Health
Central Highlands Water responded to two sewerage spills in November/December 2017.
Recognised by the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) for their quick response times, Central Highlands Water crews provided the EPA with water test results from both incidents to ensure the safety of the environment and the health and wellbeing of the community.
Ballarat City Integrated Water Management Plan
The Ballarat City Integrated Water Management Plan (IWM) explores options and sets out recommendations for future water management in the greater Ballarat City area.
National Water Week 2017
This year's National Water Week theme is ‘Water – the Heart of our Culture’. The week aims to encourage young people to explore how water shapes their everyday lives through recreational activities, the natural world and community values.
Digital Water Metering
Central Highlands Water trial new digital water metering technology.
Burst Water Main Maryborough
A burst in the ground water supply in Maryborough has resulted in a change from ground to surface water.
2017 Board Appointments
On Monday 11 September, the Hon. Lisa Neville, Minister for Water, announced the new Victorian Water Corporation and Catchment Management Authority Boards.
WIOA Victorian Award Winners Announced
Central Highlands Water took home a total of four industry awards at this year’s WIOA Victorian Water Industry Operations Conference in Bendigo.
Engagement Campaign Leads to New and Improved Services
Central Highlands Water will deliver a range of new and improved services and provide pricing certainty for the next five years.
Water security is a priority for Central Highlands Water and a key factor in the regions liveability.