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SunWater manually opened the Callide Dam gates at 1.30am this morning (Friday) when the dam level reached 100 percent ( as per current operating procedures).
SunWater has recently launched a new safety campaign to remind the community about the risks of trespassing and the potential hazards when visiting dams, weirs and channels.
The January edition of the Callide Valley Flood Review Update is now available. If you are interested in viewing the newsletter, please click here.
SunWater’s experienced team is delivering an extensive Dam Improvement Program ensuring a strong future of reliable water supply from SunWater’s dams.
SunWater staff witnessed youth putting their safety at risk while trespassing at Kirar Weir over the holiday season.
Local communities living near SunWater dams, weirs and waterways can be better informed about important operational and emergency information with the launch of a new SunWater App.
SunWater is urging visitors to dams and weirs to stay safe throughout the holiday season and avoid any unnecessary risks that could lead to injuries.
SunWater has engaged asbestos removal contractors to collect and remove asbestos found on the foreshore at Tinaroo Falls Dam early this week.
SunWater will be completing a routine dam safety inspection at Callide Dam in the coming week which requires water to be pumped out of the concrete pond below the spillway.
When Travis Richards returned home to the Burdekin earlier this year, he was looking forward to working amongst irrigators in one of Queensland’s largest water supply schemes.
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