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GWMWater has invited Wimmera Machinery Field Days patrons to call in and see its team in the Alan Heard Pavilion.
The business will have staff available to answer questions and provide information on several issues, including a new customer portal.
GWMWater communications officer Colleen Eagle said the new online service had already received great feedback.
“The customer portal can help land owners detect on-farm leaks and they will receive alerts for low water consumption in stock areas,” she said.
Ms Eagle said rural customers connected to the Wimmera or northern Mallee pipelines should bring their latest GWMWater bill to the site, where staff will help customers register for the customer portal on the spot.
The Essential Services Commission Water Price Review is another point of interest and GWMWater is asking for feedback on a range of issues over the coming months. Opinions will help GWMWater develop its 2018-23 Water Price Review submission.
The organisation has started feasibility studies into possible projects to drought proof the region, particularly in the west Wimmera and east Grampians areas.
“If you want to know more about these projects or what is happening in your area, come in and chat to one of our knowledgeable team,” Ms Eagle said.
“The field days provides a great opportunity for us to hear about the issues that are important to you. And of course, there is always the opportunity to participate in one of our water games to win a water-wise prize.”