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FAQs: Water Restrictions & Water Supplies

Water Restrictions & Water Supplies

Can I purchase recycled water from the Wastewater Treatment Plant to use on my garden?

Can I still have water delivered via a water carrier? How does this work in regards to extreme level water restrictions?

Can rural residents access the urban water supply?

Have you as a Council decreased pump pressure to reduce flow to save water as a way to save water to control quantity?

How is the average residential water use per person per day calculated?

How will Council fund water cartage if the region runs out of water? Won't this burden the ratepayer?

I run a business which requires me to use more water than what is currently allowed. What can I do?

I'm concerned about the thousands of visitors who will visit the region for our major event. Won't this put a lot of pressure on our water supply?

Should I report residents who are using too much water to Council?

Should the community be concerned about running out of water?

What about rural residents? Can they buy water from Council?

What can the community do? How can I monitor the amount of water I am using each day?

What do extreme restrictions mean for the community?

What is Council doing to save water?

What is Council's plan for long-term water security? Why hasn't Council built or considered building another dam in the region?

What is Council's plan? What options are available if we need an emergency water supply?

What is the reason for the recent rise in water consumption?

What is the State & Federal Government doing to assist the region/community with its water supply?

What will Council do with the revenue raised from enforcing water restrictions?

Who is accessing and using raw and recycled water?

Why didn't Council move to implement tougher water restrictions sooner?

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