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Yarralin Community precautionary advice for drinking water - boil water alert - has been lifted.
A large tree fell on to Power and Water infrastructure in the remote community of Yarralin during recent storms.
Power and Water is proud to have brightened Christmas for many disadvantaged Territorians, collecting a record amount of 540kg of food donations for the Foodbank NT Christmas appeal.
When it comes to the development of the NT’s water infrastructure, Bob Prickett, known as Dusty is heralded a legend.
Residents in Darwin, Palmerston and the rural area may be noticing some occurrences of discoloured water.
Heavy rainfall in the Darwin region has caused significant build up in the sewer and stormwater system. As a result, diluted wastewater overflows have occurred at some points in the system and have the potential to occur as rains continue.
The Manymak Energy Efficiency Project has been recognised on the national stage, receiving the Sustainable and Resilient Communities accolade at the Banksia Awards held in Sydney.
Power and Water is partnering with Foodbank NT to make a difference in the lives of those less fortunate this festive season.
As the entity responsible for managing public water supply across the Territory, Power and Water was asked by the Department of Health to take samples of drinking water in various locations to test them for levels of PFAS.
The next stage of the Solar Energy Transformation Program (SETuP) is underway.
Living Water Smart, an initiative of Power and Water, has launched two new business initiatives aimed at helping Darwin businesses and not-for-profit organisations save water and ultimately, money off their bottom line.
In response to a request from the Department of Health, the contaminant from firefighting chemicals (PFAS) was included for the first time in the water testing program in Alice Springs, Katherine, Batchelor, Adelaide River and Darwin in 2016.
Felino Molina loves teaching others about how to be safer at work.
Last weekend’s rain didn’t deter the crowds from attending the Darwin River Dam Open Day with over 600 people from the Darwin region attending the event.
Power and Water’s Top End Power Networks crews have been upskilling and participating in training at the Allwright Training Centre.