Water conservation grant supports Anglesea Men's Shed

A rainwater tank at the Anglesea Men's Shed has received funding through our water conservation grants program.

We provided $2500 toward a 22,500-litre rainwater tank at the new shed in Cameron Road.

The tank will provide water for toilet flushing and irrigation. It is expected to save around 200,000 litres of drinking water a year.

The water conservation grants program was launched in 2009. It initially targeted customers using more than 10 million litres of water a year.

In late 2010, the program was expanded to include small businesses, schools and community groups.

This year, 16 organisations are expected to share more than $187,000 under round 3 of the program.

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