Melbourne Water is trailing new internet of things technology as a replacement to existing radio transmitters used to relay data from its network of rain gauges.
Residents and representatives from community groups are being encouraged to help shape the redesign of a section of Blind Creek in Boronia, which is being rehabilitated by Melbourne Water.
World leading virtual reality technology developed by Melbourne Water and Deakin University will be showcased at a special Melbourne Knowledge Week event this Thursday May 10.
Stage two of construction on the Murrumbeena to Malvern stormwater drain project has commenced after the first stage, which kicked off in October 2017, was recently completed.
Melbourne Water, in partnership with the Victorian Environmental Water Holder (VEWH), will commence an environmental water release to the lower Tarago River system on 26 April.
Melbourne Water is advising people to avoid contact with water at the Greaves Road retarding basin in Berwick, following the detection of blue-green algae.
Melbourne Water is calling on the local community for ideas on how they can help turn an underutilised piece of Melbourne Water land in Coburg North into a healthier, safer and more connected