An historic building in Warrandyte has been given a new lease of life thanks to a partnership between ourselves, Manningham City Council, Warrandyte Historical Society and the Warrandyte Community Association. Read more here.
Melbourne Water's Peter Cations shares the story of his experience with prostate cancer - and a strong message about the importance of early detection.
To celebrate National Science Week, which runs from August 14 to 22, we asked our Western Treatment Plant Manager Alanna Wright to talk about how she first became fascinated with a career in this important profession. Read her story!
When our project team asked pupils from a Hawthorn Primary School to name a tunnel boring machine that would dig under the Yarra, they had a recent Olympic Gold Medalist in mind. Find out who it is!
Water authorities will be turning to Melburnians to help with a novel system of ‘smart’ rainwater tanks and urban lakes that can provide crucial water to support platypus habitat when it’s most needed – just before the breeding season.
Residents, schools and environmental groups have rallied to rid their region of rubbish as part of Melbourne Water’s innovative Litter Action Project, which has wrapped up after nearly four years.
It was firefighting friends in Lydia Hall’s community of the Yarra Ranges that sparked her initial interest and pursuit of the profession - and propelled her into a job she's passionate about. Read her story!
Water Operations is a vital component of our essential work in helping ensure the community has access to world class drinking water.It’s a 24 hour seven day a week job and while that isn’t changing - the way the Operations team is managing its workload is.