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Where does my water come from? Illawarra, Sutherland Shire, Shoalhaven

With 100 per cent of NSW officially in drought in August last year, water restrictions have affected many Illawarra, Sutherland Shire and Shoalhaven residents. In 2019, our water authorities will again face the prospect of diminishing water supplies and the need to impose restrictions. Between them the Sydney Water and Shoalhaven Water authorities have the responsibility for supplying water to the Illawarra, Sutherland Shire and Shoalhaven regions, treating used water and dispersing the treated water. The operations of Sydney Water, Australia’s largest water utility, cover 12,700 square kilometres, and extend from Sydney  to the Illawarra and the Blue Mountains regions. Average daily water demand is 1.5 billion litres, provided to more than 1.8 million homes and businesses. Shoalhaven Water is part...

Fatberg facts and how you can help to save our waterways

A ‘fatberg’ the length of two tennis courts was recently discovered lurking near a seaside sewer off Sidmouth in the UK, but the sinister mass of fat and wet...

Braided water hoses responsible for one in five insurance claims

Water damage doesn’t just come from burst pipes, in fact the chief culprit for water damage in Australian homes is the braided water hose. You may not have even noticed...

Top water-wise tips for a summer-ready garden

Curran Plumbing gives you advice on how to look after your garden this summer.

How to save water this summer

Curran Plumbing can help you with all of your water saving needs.

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