The Matildas’ epic FIFA World Cup campaign had viewers glued to their seat for every thrilling minute, with Melbourne Water analysis showing Melburnians held off on loo breaks during play and until matches were over.
Melbourne Water is helping to improve waterway health alongside Diamond Creek with smart Bigbelly solar bins – to track litter waste before it travels into our precious waterways.
The annual National Science Week 2023 is a celebration of science and technology, and an opportunity to recognise the outstanding scientific achievements that are happening around Melbourne Water.
Melbourne Water is taking urgent steps to improve the health of our waterways and catchments to boost populations of threatened wildlife and safeguard greater Melbourne’s unique biodiversity.
It might be Landcare week, but for Melbourne Water every week is, thanks to its ongoing commitment to the restoration, enhancement and protection of the environment, benefitting the community and native wildlife on the land and off.
Tunnelling work to build Melbourne’s newest sewer pipeline has begun, with ‘Lucey’ – Melbourne Water’s tunnel boring machine - doing all the hard work.
Thousands of native trees and shrubs will be planted to restore the unique natural habitat along Kororoit Creek on Wurundjeri Country, as part of the celebrations for National Tree Day on Sunday, 30 July from 10am to 1pm.
Melbourne Water’s Lower Werribee Waterways Amenity Action Plan won the AILAA 2023 Victorian Award of Excellence for Land Management, while its Reimagining Tarralla Creek project won an AILAA 2023 Victorian Landscape Architecture Award for Infrastructure.