Monday, February 13, 2017
Rainfall was recorded at South Gippsland Water’s storages from 4th February – 10th February 2017. Lance Creek 33mm, Ruby Creek 52mm, Coalition Creek 64mm, Deep Creek 52mm, Little Bass 51mm and Battery Creek 40mm.
Philippe du Plessis, Managing Director, South Gippsland Water said, “The weather conditions over the past week have seen both extreme heat and wet weather experienced across the region. Despite considerable rainfall most storages have continued to drop. Rainfall received has done more to dampen demand than to replenish storages”.
Pumping from the Tarwin River to supplement Korumburra’s water supply system continues, with water being transferred and stored in Korumburra’s reservoirs. South Gippsland Water will monitor storages across the region and ensure treatment processes are in place to deal with varying water quality experienced at this time of year.
Any customers who have questions or concerns regarding their water supply can contact South Gippsland Water’s friendly Customer Service Team on 1300 851 636.
|Reservoir||Major towns supplied||Capacity level %||Current Status|
|Lance Creek||Wonthaggi, Inverloch and Cape Paterson||81||Permanent Water Saving Measures|
|Ruby Creek||Leongatha and surrounds||73||Permanent Water Saving Measures|
|Coalition Creek||Korumburra and surrounds||73||Permanent Water Saving Measures|
|Foster Dam – Deep Creek||Foster area||100||Permanent Water Saving Measures|
|Little Bass||Poowong, Nyora and Loch||78||Permanent Water Saving Measures|
|Battery Creek||Fish Creek||84||Permanent Water Saving Measures|
|River Systems||Major Town Supplied||Current Status|
|Tarwin||Meeniyan, Dumbalk||Permanent Water Saving Measures|
|Agnes||Welshpool, Port Welshpool, Toora, Port Franklin||Permanent Water Saving Measures|
|Tarra||Yarram, Alberton, Port Albert||Permanent Water Saving Measures|