One of the largest tree planting projects ever seen in the Hunter region is nearing completion after almost 18 months work.
Hunter Water will play a key role in a new national curriculum that will place water education front and centre in schools across Australia.
Hunter Water is inviting Dungog residents to have their say about plans for land previously purchased for the rejected Tillegra Dam project.
Fallen trees in Duncan and Hindley Park pose a hazard to the public and Hunter Water is currently assessing the situation.
Hunter Water will be continuing to reduce its carbon footprint when it installs solar panels on the roof of its Head Office in Honeysuckle Drive this summer as part of its greenhouse gas reduction program.
Hunter Water customers have been reducing their water and energy bills by swapping their showerheads for new, more efficient models.
Over the last three years Hunter Water has created $1 million worth of annual savings through implementing energy efficiency initiatives.
Hunter Water today delivered its pricing submission to the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART), which proposes to keep water prices low after July 2013.
Hunter Water has committed to provide support and input into the Australian Curriculum Project, lead by the Australian Water Association.
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