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!


  • Margate Water Pipeline Duplication - Stage Two

    over 2 years ago
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    TasWater is investing $12.5 million in the Margate Water Duplication Project to ensure the water supply continues to meet the needs of customers in Blackmans Bay and Margate, now and in the future.

    TasWater is investing $12.5 million in the Margate Water Duplication Project to ensure the water supply continues to meet the needs of customers in Blackmans Bay and Margate, now and in the future.

  • Flinders Island Treated Water Supply

    over 2 years ago
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    TasWater is making significant progress towards the provision of fully treated water on Flinders Island.

    Contracts have been awarded for the construction of water treatment plants at Whitemark and Lady Barron with work expected to be completed before the end of the year.

    TasWater is making significant progress towards the provision of fully treated water on Flinders Island.

    Contracts have been awarded for the construction of water treatment plants at Whitemark and Lady Barron with work expected to be completed before the end of the year.

  • Ringarooma Valley Water Scheme

    over 2 years ago
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    Significant progress is being made on the Ringarooma Valley Water Scheme.

    All construction work is scheduled for completion in mid 2016 and will be followed by a period of comprehensive water quality tests.

    These tests will form the basis of a TasWater submission to the Department of Health and Human Services for the existing Boil Water Alerts to be lifted. These alerts will remain in place until residents are notified otherwise. This is expected in late 2016.

    Significant progress is being made on the Ringarooma Valley Water Scheme.

    All construction work is scheduled for completion in mid 2016 and will be followed by a period of comprehensive water quality tests.

    These tests will form the basis of a TasWater submission to the Department of Health and Human Services for the existing Boil Water Alerts to be lifted. These alerts will remain in place until residents are notified otherwise. This is expected in late 2016.

  • Rosebery Water & Sewerage Upgrades

    over 2 years ago
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    Rosebery is in the process of receiving $15 million in upgrades to its water and sewerage supply networks.

    The upgrades will see Rosebery delivered with state-of-the-art water and sewage treatment plants, a new treated water reservoir, water and sewer pipelines and major upgrades to existing infrastructure.

    Rosebery is in the process of receiving $15 million in upgrades to its water and sewerage supply networks.

    The upgrades will see Rosebery delivered with state-of-the-art water and sewage treatment plants, a new treated water reservoir, water and sewer pipelines and major upgrades to existing infrastructure.

  • Launceston Sewerage Improvement Project - Stage 2

    over 2 years ago
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    The Launceston Sewerage Improvement Project (LSIP) has reached another important milestone with the TasWater Board endorsing the recommendation for a new Northern Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) at Ti Tree Bend and the decommissioning of six greater Launceston STPs including those at Hoblers Bridge, Legana, Riverside, Newnham, Prospect Vale and Norwood.


    The Launceston Sewerage Improvement Project (LSIP) has reached another important milestone with the TasWater Board endorsing the recommendation for a new Northern Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) at Ti Tree Bend and the decommissioning of six greater Launceston STPs including those at Hoblers Bridge, Legana, Riverside, Newnham, Prospect Vale and Norwood.

  • Fingal Water Treatment Plant

    over 2 years ago
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    The Boil Water Alert in Fingal has been lifted.

    The decision by the Department of Health and Human Services to lift the BWA follows a period of comprehensive testing on water supplied from the new Fingal Water Treatment Plant.

    According to DHHS, TasWater has been able to demonstrate "sustained compliance with all parameters within the water supply" and that "risks to public health are well managed".

    It means that - for the first time in many years - residents of Fingal are now able to consume water from their household taps without having to boil it first.

    The Boil Water Alert in Fingal has been lifted.

    The decision by the Department of Health and Human Services to lift the BWA follows a period of comprehensive testing on water supplied from the new Fingal Water Treatment Plant.

    According to DHHS, TasWater has been able to demonstrate "sustained compliance with all parameters within the water supply" and that "risks to public health are well managed".

    It means that - for the first time in many years - residents of Fingal are now able to consume water from their household taps without having to boil it first.