Today marks an important day for Westernport Water. This morning staff gathered to hear how Westernport Water plans to become a White Ribbon accredited workplace.

White Ribbon workplaces call for a whole organisation commitment. A commitment to promote respectful relationships, a commitment to gender equity and a commitment to demonstrate a culture of zero tolerance towards violence against women.
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How much sugar is in your sugary drink? 16 teaspoons in a 600ML bottle of Coca-Cola? Surely not! ow.ly/G15S30dWw69

#H30Challenge #BeSmartChooseTap
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It looks like we can expect warmer temperatures from August to October, with below average rainfall, in southern parts of Australia. ...

WATCH: Climate and Water Outlook for August–October 2017. Winter so far in southern Australia has been cold overnight and notably dry, but northern Australia has had record-warm temperatures and some early bushfires.Outlooks suggest drier and warmer than average conditions are likely as we head into spring. Low streamflows are likely across southern Australia. More at www.bom.gov.au/climate/ahead/?cid=001fb38. Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC

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Afternoon! Candowie Reservoir is currently sitting at 2555 ML (57.2%). Whilst down on last years 68% due to lower weekly rainfall, the forecast rain over the next week should position the water storage levels at a reasonable level for this time of year. ...

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Happy Friday! We hope you have a safe and great weekend. The current water storage levels at Candowie Reservoir are 55.5%. ...

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Our friendly maintenance staff are once again Air Scouring in Coronet Bay today. You'll find them flushing pipes in Bounty Court and the northern end of Champ Elysee.

FYI - Air Scouring involves injecting high pressure air in to the water main, which can sometimes result in milky water in your tap (pressurised bubbles). If you notice milky water due to air in the pipes, it is only temporary, and can be removed by running your taps for a few minutes. For further info on water quality issues see bit.ly/2t9EBbc or contact our Water Quality Officer.
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