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Water Week taps into educational opportunities

National Water Week
Water Week installation at the Bundaberg Library giving the community top water saving tips.

To celebrate National Water Week Bundaberg Regional Council is ensuring the community is flushed with information from top water saving tips to a toilet display at the library.

The theme for this year’s National Water Week, held from 16 to 22 October, is United by Water.

Water and Wastewater portfolio spokesperson Cr Jason Bartels said Water Week was the perfect time to learn more about the service Council provided and how to preserve what is a precious resource.

“I encourage residents to take part in Water Week activities to learn more about the treatment process and get some tips on saving water,” Cr Bartels said.

“This year’s theme ‘United by Water’ provides a great opportunity to reflect on the ways in which water brings us together as a community and plays an important role in so many aspects of our lives.

“Whether you watch the video for a virtual tour of the water treatment process or visit the toilet display at the library, let’s celebrate water and the essential water treatment service Council delivers while we learn more about how to preserve it.”

National Water Week
Water Week activities on offer at the Bundaberg Library.

Water Week 2023 events:

Library toilet display

Take a seat at our water week display and enjoy some complimentary reading material at Bundaberg Regional Library.

Drinking water video

Find out where your drinking water comes from with our all new water treatment plant video here.
Special thanks to Kepnock State High School Science HOD, Paul Brandon, for helping to link this content to the Australian National Curriculum (year 7).

Fact sheets

Learn more about water and waster water treatment, the water cycle and protecting our waterways here.

Water conservation tips and more

Find easy water conservation tips for home, school and at work, learn about the urban water cycle and more here.

National Water Week is an Australian Water Association event. Find out more here.

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