Melbourne Water Supports the Circular Economy Innovation Category at the Premier’s Sustainability Awards
Melbourne Water is proud to support the category of Circular Economy Innovation at this year's Premier's Sustainability Awards. The event recognised some of Victoria's Industry Leaders and Community Champions for their outstanding initiatives.
Melbourne Water is inviting community members to come along and learn about the importance of frogs in farm ecosystems and how to participate in Citizen Science by identifying frogs with the FrogCensus app. It will be a 'Ribbiting' evening for conservation.
Farmers in the Port Phillip and Western Port Catchment are taking proactive steps to adapt to the challenges posed by climate change. To promote climate-resilient farming practices, a new three-part podcast series titled "Ag-Resilience" has been launched.
Sugar, the beloved sheep who had been missing for over six months in Sugarloaf Reservoir in Melbourne’s north-east, has finally been captured, thanks to the dedicated efforts of a team of volunteers led by Melbourne Water’s Water Supply Operator Georgia Duncan
For the second time this year, the Thomson Dam, one of Victoria's largest water storage reservoirs, has reached capacity.
Melbourne Water is proud to support the Liveable Communities, Liveable Waterways incentives program, aimed at improving the health of our waterways and enhancing life and liveability across Melbourne.
This week we celebrate #NationalWaterWeek, where individuals, communities, schools, and organisations are inspired to promote the importance of water and the ways in which we are all #UnitedByWater.
There’s always been an abundance of wildlife at Melbourne Water’s Western Treatment Plant, but annual surveying over winter confirms some bird species are using the landscape in higher numbers than ever before – including vulnerable and endangered varieties.
The Independent Review Panel appointed by Melbourne Water to conduct a review into the Maribyrnong River flood event of 14 October 2022 has handed down its report.
The Moonee Ponds Creek catchment has been grappling with the persistent problem of rubbish dumping. To address this issue, Melbourne Water is supporting the Chain of Ponds Litter Action Plan aimed at reducing the incidence and impact of litter in our waterways