TasWater contractors began construction of a new water treatment plant at Cannes Hill in early 2016, which is now complete. Clean water is vital to the sustainability of every town and the new plant will provide clean water to Whitemark well into the future.
As a result of these measures, the Department of Health and Human Services permanently removed the Do Not Consume Notice in Whitemark on 30 November 2016. Today, Whitemark residents and visitors can enjoy a glass of clean, safe water straight from the tap.
As we roll out our 24glasses program, we encourage you to submit any questions you may have via the comments and questions here.
|Water treatment plant construction||Complete|
|Reticulation air scouring and cleaning||Complete|
|Water quality testing||Complete|
|Upgrade to Pats Weir raw water pump station||Complete|
|Do Not Consume Notice lifted||30 November 2016|