Rain relief

SOUTH Gippsland Water managing director Philippe du Plessis said the past week has seen welcome spring rainfall across all catchments and reservoir levels remain high.
Rainfall recorded at South Gippsland Water’s storages from November 17 to 23 was Lance Creek 56mm, Ruby Creek 38mm, Deep Creek 43mm, Little Bass 17mm and Battery Creek 56mm.
Water storage levels are Lance Creek (Wonthaggi, Inverloch and Cape Paterson), 99 percent; Ruby Creek (Leongatha), 93 percent; Deep Creek (Foster), 100 percent; Little Bass (Poowong, Loch, Nyora), 100 percent; and Battery Creek (Fish Creek), 100 percent.
Permanent Water Saving Rules are in place year round and act as low level restrictions on water use around the home and garden.
Visit http://www.sgwater.com.au/services/water/permanent-water-saving-rules/ for more information.
Any customers who have questions or concerns regarding their water supply can contact South Gippsland Water on 1300 851 636.

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