Scamander
Whitemark
Mole Creek
Avoca
Lady Barron
Ringarooma
Legerwood
Derby
Branxholm
Winnaleah
Mountain River
Pioneer
Gretna
Cornwall
Gladstone
wayatinah
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herrick
mathinna
rossarden
conara
judbury
bronte-park

Ninety-nine per cent of Tasmanians can turn on their tap and get a fresh, clear glass of water that is safe to drink.

You are probably one of them.

But for some towns around our state this is not the reality right now.

Regardless of whether they are rural or remote farming communities, or if they rely on tourism or some other way to make a living, they all depend on Tasmania’s clean green image and deserve to have drinking water that is clear and safe.

In August 2016, TasWater made a commitment to accelerate our program addressing the water quality issues in these towns and systematically working to remove public health alerts as quickly as possible – it’s the right thing to do.

So the next time you fill your glass from the tap, remember that not everyone in Tasmania can do the same – but here at TasWater, we are working on it.

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Maydena_empty_small
Scamander
Whitemark
Mole Creek
Avoca
Lady Barron
Ringarooma
Legerwood
Derby
Branxholm
Winnaleah
Mountain River
Pioneer
Gretna
Cornwall
Gladstone
wayatinah
epping-forest
Colebrook_empty_small
herrick
mathinna
rossarden
conara
judbury
bronte-park

As part of TasWater’s Regional Towns Water Supply Program, the following towns will receive water they can drink straight from the tap by 31 August 2018

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