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Watering under PWSR
Customers can now water between
6pm and 10am
with a watering system.
Customers can use a hand held hose fitted with a trigger nozzle at any time of the day to water.
EWOV's 2012/13 Annual Report shows positive results for LMW.
“Very Satisfied” was the statement made by LMW Managing Director, Ron Leamon, about the Energy and Water ombudsman complaint results for the regional Water Corporation. See
Important Changes to WaterNow Rules for Ordering, Volumetric Restriction (Robinvale) and Improving Password Security
In response to customer requests Lower Murray Water is implementing modifications to the WaterNow water ordering system in an effort to make ordering more equitable and secure. We have put together some information sheets for customers on these changes. See our
section of our page for the information sheets.
New Rural Newsletter Released
We have today released a new rural newsletter for our irrigation customers please click
for the link to the publications page and go to the Rural News Nov 2013.
New Mildura "Hydration Drink Station" Installed
We have installed another drink hydration station at the Park for Play within the Mildura Aero Ovals complex for community use. The unit has a bubble tap as well as a drink bottle filling option. We will be installing more units throughout the region over coming years to encourage people to drink tap water which is a much cheaper and more sustainable option.
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