International Women’s Day (IWD) on the 8th of March presents an opportunity to raise awareness around gender equality and equal participation in the workplace and in society. Be they social,
Westernport Water is proud to announce that thirteen local not-for-profit organisations, including community groups, sporting clubs and schools will receive over $30,000 in sponsorship funding through our Community Support Program.
Westernport Water has received reports from customers regarding the appearance, taste and odour of their drinking water over recent weeks, particularly in the waterline townships. As Managing Director of Westernport
Applications are now open for Westernport Water’s Community Support Program and Recycled Water Grant Program. The annual Community Support Program aims to strengthen communities by providing $25,000 worth of funding
This week, Westernport Water released its Annual Water Outlook, which forecasts that its drinking water supply is secure for the year ahead. The Annual Water Outlook considers the current storage
Four of the largest Bass Coast employers have teamed up to raise awareness about Gender-Based Violence supporting the Respect Women: ‘Call It Out’ campaign that coincides with the United Nations
Westernport Water’s Meg Humphrys is the proud winner of the Intelligent Water Networks (IWN) 2020 Hydrovation Challenge for her proposal to assess carbon capture in a restored wetland at the
Reconciliation Australia recently endorsed Westernport Water’s second Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). Westernport Water’s Reconciliation Action Plan Working Group is proud to release its Innovate RAP for the revised NAIDOC Week
This year’s National Water Week poster competition showed off the talents and commitment of our local primary school children, with students creating posters to celebrate the week during remote learning.
For the second year running, Westernport Water has been selected as having some of the best tasting tap water in Victoria as voted by water industry professionals. Water samples from
Westernport Water is responsible for supplying drinking water, recycled water, and sewerage services to customers on Phillip Island and the district between Archies Creek and The Gurdies.