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Hunter Water delivers $73 million upgrade to cater for population growth

Hunter Water has delivered its single biggest upgrade to one of the Lower Hunter region’s Wastewater Treatment Works (WWTW).

Lower Hunter social housing big winners from water efficiency program

Residents in social housing across the Lower Hunter are set to be among those to experience the financial and environmental benefits of water efficiency programs.

Residents support Lower Hunter Water Security Plan

Residents have resoundingly backed the draft Lower Hunter Water Security Plan (LHWSP), with 69% of respondents supporting the proposed approach.

Water security for Lower Hunter’s future

NSW Government and Hunter Water have unveiled a 40-year strategy to secure the Lower Hunter’s water supply now… and in the future.

New, larger wastewater treatment plant for Dungog

Hunter Water has completed a new $28 million Dungog Wastewater Treatment Works (WWTW) as part of a wider commitment to deliver improved services that will benefit the town’s growing population for decades to come.

Education key under biggest ever Love Water grants program

Children’s education initiatives, a recycled water wash bay and irrigation pump upgrades are among 14 successful projects that will share almost $80,000 under round two of Hunter Water’s 2020/21 Love Water grants...

Solar rollout in full swing to cut electricity costs

A multi-million-dollar renewable energy project is in full swing as the installation of 1,200 solar panels at Morpeth Wastewater Treatment Works (WWTW) builds on Hunter Water’s push to reduce the organisation’s carbon...

Hunter Water joins Lifeline Hunter to support Newy 100

Hearts will be pounding and legs burning when eight Hunter Water employees join forces to complete a challenging 100km charity event on foot in a show of support for Lifeline Hunter’s vital...