GWMWater has enhanced customer experience with the launch of a Customer Portal – empowering customers with more information about their water supply than ever before. Available on multiple devices, the portal allows customers to view recent and historical water use and set up automatic alerts to notify them of high usage or leaks.
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Athens upgrades its pressure management with regulating valves May 20, 2022
In the region around the Greek capital Athens, pressure regulating valves (PRV) ...
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The Tasmanian Government has released its four-year Implementation Plan for the Rural Water Use Strategy. The plan outlines the actions to be taken to improve the security, quality and resilience of Tasmanian water resources both now and into the future.
In the region around the Greek capital Athens, pressure regulating valves (PRV) are essential for the reliable operation of its water network.
Two of South-East Queensland’s largest water treatment plants have resumed normal operations, meaning residents in Brisbane, Ipswich and Logan no longer need to reduce their water use.
New technology which addan additional layer of bushfire protection to the powerline network is being trialled across central and western Victoria.
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