Board appointments have been announced across the state for Victoria’s water corporations by Minister for Water Lisa Neville.
Our Reflect RAP forms part of our Diversity and Inclusion Strategy 2017-2020 and works collaboratively with our employment strategy and the organisation’s aims, values and goals.
LMW has pledged to State Government that by 2024-25 it will achieve a 39% emissions reduction and by 2050 it will achieve zero net emissions.
Many areas around the state are currently experiencing dry conditions with below average rainfall and low inflows to the catchment areas. With warmer weather approaching, we have enacted our Drought Response Plan which means the implementation of staged restrictions.
Water Conservation needed during Dry Times!
We are preparing for the coming months and are assessing the need for staged water restrictions to help manage our regions water use.
Customers are urged to be conservative with their water use to ensure we can continue to have adequate supply into the warmer months.
Our region experiences extreme conditions during the warmer months, and this demand for water and low levels of allocation may trigger the need to introduce water restrictions.
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We undertake annual customer surveys of our rural and urban customers to seek their feedback on the services that we provide and to also provide an annual benchmark on the overall satisfaction level with our organisation.
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Lower Murray Water will join 12 other leading Victorian water corporations in a new energy joint venture that will help to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and maintain affordable water bills for customers.