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In our current Adobe PDF file icon 24x24Tapping In - Edition 3 2019/20 customer newsletter, we share with you our travels around the region, visiting schools as part of National Water Week and celebrating a fully treated water supply in four Mallee towns. We also let you know about our project of installing solar panels at our operational sites to reduce our energy costs, along with communicating with our customers to meet customers' expectations. More topics in this edition so make sure you take some time to have a read.

** Answer our competition question about Permanent Water Saving Rules for a chance to win $100 off your next water bill **

To view past Tapping In editions, click on the heading.

Adobe PDF file icon 24x24Tapping In - Edition 2 2019/20 Find out about Brim, Beulah Woomelang and Sea Lake receiving a fully treated drinking water supply, water security for rural and urban customers, renewable energy and more.

Adobe PDF file icon 24x24Tapping In - Edition 1 2019/20

Details how to request sponsorship from us for your community event as well as featuring articles on East Grampians Rural Pipeline Project, urban water meter upgrades, Goroke Sewerage Scheme and more.
   
Adobe PDF file icon 24x24 Tapping In - Edition 4 2018/19  Profiles former GWMWater Chairman Barry Clugston OAM on his contribution to the water industy; Meagan Molloy one of our Water Services Operators; and Conundrum Holdings near Stawell on how pipeline water is essential to their operations, along with articles on diversity. See the competition entries (for Edition #2, 218/19) we received on Adobe PDF file icon 24x24 Customers' tips on saving water in and around the home (265kB, 6 pages).
Adobe PDF file icon 24x24 Tapping In - Edition 3 2018/19
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Articles include Ouyen community celebrate Ouyen Lake, Norton Estate Wines wins at Rural Water Awards, pipeline news, a message from VEWH plus more.
Adobe PDF file icon 24x24 Tapping In - Edition 2 2018/19 Featuring articles on recreation lakes, an update from the Storage Manager, profile of our Board and news of no water restrictions anticipated in the foreseeable future, plus more.
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