Long-term planning for regional drinking water supplies

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We’ve been talking with regional communities across South Australia to understand your current experience with local drinking water supplies.

The purpose of these conversations is to gather insights about current needs and experiences, which will be used to guide the development of long term plans for potential regional water aesthetics improvements.

This long term plan will cover all regional areas within our current networks, where our drinking water supply is safe to drink in accordance with the Australian Drinking Water Guidelines, but may have aesthetic challenges such as taste, colour, consistency, smell, or impact on some household appliances.


We’ve been talking with regional communities across South Australia to understand your current experience with local drinking water supplies.

The purpose of these conversations is to gather insights about current needs and experiences, which will be used to guide the development of long term plans for potential regional water aesthetics improvements.

This long term plan will cover all regional areas within our current networks, where our drinking water supply is safe to drink in accordance with the Australian Drinking Water Guidelines, but may have aesthetic challenges such as taste, colour, consistency, smell, or impact on some household appliances.


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