Westernport Water Opens it’s Doors

2010 Open forum is scheduled for Thursday 18 November 5-7pm

Westernport Water is inviting its customers to attend an annual open forum from 5pm-7pm on Thursday, 18 November 2010.
According to Westernport Water Managing Director, Murray Jackson, the reasons for a public forum are twofold.
“Having just released our annual report we wanted to invite the public along to learn more about our operations, talk to our people and view the projects we have in progress,” Mr Jackson said.
“However we view this as a two-way process and we use it as an opportunity to hear from our customers and try to better understand their needs as we head into the new financial year.
Mr Jackson expects that many Westernport Water customers will take up the offer to visit the Newhaven office.
“We know our residential, business and farming customers are very interested in water supply and water savings measures.
“In August 2008, we moved to permanent water savings measures and our customers responded, our records indicate a reduction in consumption in both 2008 and 2009, which shows the level of local commitment there is to supporting our water supply systems.”
Customers who attend the forum will be able to talk to specialists in water supply, water quality, wastewater treatment and the recycled water options.
Members of the Westernport Water Board and executive team will also be on hand to meet the public.
“I urge everyone who is interested in water and wastewater to come along so we can all work together to make our systems a success,” Mr Jackson said.
Annual Open Forum details
Time:              5pm-7pm
Date:              Thursday, 18 November 2010
Place:             Westernport Water, 2 Boys Home Road, Newhaven,     Victoria, 3925
 
Parking:          Onsite parking is available
To reserve your place at the forum please register your details with Ms Christine Hammond at Westernport Water by telephone on 03 5956 4118 or email chammond@westernportwater.com.au.

 

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