We understand the significant financial strain some individuals, families and businesses may be experiencing and we are committed to supporting our customers during this challenging time.
As coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions ease in Victoria, we are pleased to welcome customers and visitors back to our offices for face-to-face service from Monday 4 January.
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We hosted the 2020 Growers' Conference via Zoom Webinar on Tuesday 20 October. View speaker presentations and a recording of the conference here.
Lower Murray Water advises the removal of Stage 1 water restrictions and return to Permanent Water Saving Rules, effective from 12.01 am Saturday 6 June 2020.
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.
Millewa and surrounds
The Victorian Government provides a range of assistance to support local communities and farm businesses to manage the impact of drought, including information, tools and resources provided by Agriculture Victoria.
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The red alert level warning previously issued for the lower Murray River (Red Cliffs to Mildura) remains current. A new red alert has now been declared for a 50 km reach of river immediately downstream, from Mildura to Wentworth.
Victoria’s work to manage salinity is starting to pay off for Mallee irrigators with the annual salinity impact charge on irrigation falling by 24 per cent in 2021, saving irrigators up to $2,500 a year.
The Victorian Government is continuing to lead the way in water compliance and management – strengthening the state’s zero-tolerance approach to water theft to ensure a level playing field for all water users.
River Murray communities between Euston and Lock 7 near the South Australian border are advised that flows and river heights are expected to vary over the next two to three weeks.
The Andrews Labor Government is protecting the environment and water entitlement holders against the negative impacts of increasing water extractions below the Barmah Choke with a new licence review process.
Victoria’s water industry will lead Australia with a new renewable energy deal that will slash greenhouse gas emissions and keep Victorian water bills down.
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.
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