Have your say at TasWater

Welcome to TasWater's online engagement hub!

This is a place for you to provide your thoughts and ideas on a range of TasWater projects and activities.

To participate, just click on any of the current projects listed on the right.

We encourage you to register to Yoursay - TasWater, so you can be part of the conversation!


Welcome to TasWater's online engagement hub!

This is a place for you to provide your thoughts and ideas on a range of TasWater projects and activities.

To participate, just click on any of the current projects listed on the right.

We encourage you to register to Yoursay - TasWater, so you can be part of the conversation!


  • Launceston Combined Drainage System

    about 2 years ago
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    TasWater has appointed consultants to help develop a long-term strategy for improvement of Launceston's Combined Drainage Strategy.

    Members of the public are encouraged to have input into the strategy by responding to a number of questions relating to the combined drainage system.


    TasWater has appointed consultants to help develop a long-term strategy for improvement of Launceston's Combined Drainage Strategy.

    Members of the public are encouraged to have input into the strategy by responding to a number of questions relating to the combined drainage system.

  • King Island water supply upgrades

    about 2 years ago
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    An upgrade to improve the water supply to Curry and Grassy including construction of a new water treatment plant and a 28km pipeline delivering treated water to Curry.

    An upgrade to improve the water supply to Curry and Grassy including construction of a new water treatment plant and a 28km pipeline delivering treated water to Curry.

  • Nurses Retreat Sewage Pump Station East Wynyard, Odour Control Unit

    about 2 years ago
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    TasWater is seeking community feedback on a proposed odour control unit to remove odour being emitted from the Nurses Retreat Sewage Pump Station in East Wynyard.

    TasWater is seeking community feedback on a proposed odour control unit to remove odour being emitted from the Nurses Retreat Sewage Pump Station in East Wynyard.

  • Pioneer Service Replacement Program

    over 2 years ago
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    The roll-out of rainwater tanks to property owners in Pioneer is continuing as part of the Pioneer Service Replacement Program.

    Expressions of interest have been received from 95 per cent of all eligible property owners with a total of 24 tanks either installed or nearing completion.

    Those property owners who are yet to sign and return a service replacement program are encouraged to do so as soon as possible.

    The roll-out of rainwater tanks to property owners in Pioneer is continuing as part of the Pioneer Service Replacement Program.

    Expressions of interest have been received from 95 per cent of all eligible property owners with a total of 24 tanks either installed or nearing completion.

    Those property owners who are yet to sign and return a service replacement program are encouraged to do so as soon as possible.

  • Longvista Sewage Pump Station Upgrade

    over 2 years ago
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    Work has commenced on a major upgrade of the Longvista Sewage Pump Station
    (SPS) in Blackstone Heights, Launceston.

    The existing SPS - located within the Blackstone Park access road reserve
    near Lake Trevallyn - will be replaced with a new SPS.



    Work has commenced on a major upgrade of the Longvista Sewage Pump Station
    (SPS) in Blackstone Heights, Launceston.

    The existing SPS - located within the Blackstone Park access road reserve
    near Lake Trevallyn - will be replaced with a new SPS.



  • Winnaleah Treated Water Supply

    over 2 years ago
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    The TasWater Board has approved an extension of the Ringarooma Valley Treated Water Scheme to include Winnaleah. The extension woll see a gravity pipeline constructed from Derby to Winnaleah by mid 2017, providing TasWater's Winnaleah customers with water from a new treatment plant being constructed south of Ringarooma.

    The TasWater Board has approved an extension of the Ringarooma Valley Treated Water Scheme to include Winnaleah. The extension woll see a gravity pipeline constructed from Derby to Winnaleah by mid 2017, providing TasWater's Winnaleah customers with water from a new treatment plant being constructed south of Ringarooma.

  • Deloraine water booster pumping station

    over 2 years ago
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    Work is about to commence on the construction of a new water booster pump station at Keegan Rise, Deloraine.

    A contract for the project has been awarded to Mobile Onsite Engineering.

    The new pump station will provide increased water pressure to existing homes and will also cater for future growth.

    Work is about to commence on the construction of a new water booster pump station at Keegan Rise, Deloraine.

    A contract for the project has been awarded to Mobile Onsite Engineering.

    The new pump station will provide increased water pressure to existing homes and will also cater for future growth.

  • Orford and Triabunna Water and Sewerage Strategy 2015-2050

    over 2 years ago
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    TasWater has outlined the future of water and sewerage services in Orford and Triabunna in a long term strategy which is designed to upgrade the towns’ ageing water and sewerage systems and meet likely future demand.

    TasWater has outlined the future of water and sewerage services in Orford and Triabunna in a long term strategy which is designed to upgrade the towns’ ageing water and sewerage systems and meet likely future demand.

  • Bushy Park and Glenora water supply opportunity

    over 2 years ago
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    An opportunity for supplying Bushy Park and Glenora with a TasWater supplied water service via the Gretna Water Supply Project has arisen. The TasWater Board will support a water service to Bushy Park and Glenora if there is around 80 per cent community support among connectable property owners and if Derwent Valley Council contribute $500,000 towards the project. Council confirmed they will contribute if the project proceeds.

    The decision to proceed with a TasWater supplied service now rests with property owners who are eligible to connect.

    An opportunity for supplying Bushy Park and Glenora with a TasWater supplied water service via the Gretna Water Supply Project has arisen. The TasWater Board will support a water service to Bushy Park and Glenora if there is around 80 per cent community support among connectable property owners and if Derwent Valley Council contribute $500,000 towards the project. Council confirmed they will contribute if the project proceeds.

    The decision to proceed with a TasWater supplied service now rests with property owners who are eligible to connect.

  • Kingborough Sewerage Upgrade Project

    over 2 years ago
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    TasWater is investing $44 million in the Kingborough Sewerage Upgrade Project. This project has two parts: the North West Bay Sewage Pipeline Project and the Blackmans Bay Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) Upgrade. The pipeline also includes a new pump station to be located in Howden. Both projects are inter-related and will be delivered concurrently. Together, they will enable TasWater to meet the demands of projected population growth and compliance requirements.

    TasWater is investing $44 million in the Kingborough Sewerage Upgrade Project. This project has two parts: the North West Bay Sewage Pipeline Project and the Blackmans Bay Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) Upgrade. The pipeline also includes a new pump station to be located in Howden. Both projects are inter-related and will be delivered concurrently. Together, they will enable TasWater to meet the demands of projected population growth and compliance requirements.