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Wide Bay Water - Rainfall
19 November 2017

Hervey Bay: 0mm Lake Lenthall: 2mm Maryborough: 4.8mm Teddington: 3mm

Wide Bay Water - Storages
19 November 2017

Storages: Lake Lenthall 25.97m / 99.3% Teddington 8.77m / 103.4%

Wide Bay Water - Waste Water
19 November 2017

Combined intake at treatment plants 19ML

Wide Bay Water - Consumption
19 November 2017

Hervey Bay 16.9ML Maryborough 6.51ML

Wide Bay Water - Reuse
October 2017

Combined usage of recycled water 121.745ML .

Wide Bay Water - Water Restrictions
November 2017

Currently Level 1 water restrictions

Wide Bay Water provides safe, reliable, efficient water and wastewater services to residents and businesses on the Fraser Coast.

The service area includes Hervey Bay, Maryborough, Tiaro, Torbanlea, Howard, River Heads and Burrum Heads.

Wide Bay Water also works with councils and water authorities across Australia delivering expertise in all areas of water management.

The region's water network includes Lake Lenthall, Cassava Dams, two weirs on the Burrum River and Teddington Weir on Tinana Creek and Mary River at Tiaro.

Water is purified at four treatment plants and wastewater is treated at eight treatment plants.

Wide Bay Water has an industry-leading wastewater reuse scheme for the irrigation of canefields, turf farms and its own hardwood plantations.