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Entries in Tanks in the News (22)

Monday
Jul052010

Up to $1000 in water tank rebates

The Victorian Government is providing rebates on water tanks installed by plumbers.

You will also be pleased to know that the Government has announced additional funding for 5000 rainwater tank rebates of up to $1000 in Victoria where tanks are connected to the laundry and/or toilet.  These rebates will supplement the existing Water Smart Gardens and Homes Rebate Scheme and the same terms and conditions apply.

In addition, from 1 July 2010, the rebate for efficient dual flush toilets will double through the Water Smart Gardens and Homes Rebate Scheme.

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Thursday
Jun172010

Government Rebates Available

Water Smart Gardens and Homes Rebate Scheme

Offered through the State Government's Our Water Our Future program. Rebates apply for water tanks, showerheads, garden products, greywater systems, dual flush toilets and more.

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Monday
Mar292010

Labor pledge to extend tank rebate

Labor says it will extend a $200 rebate for household rainwater tanks to include those which are not plumbed into a house.

It has costed the plan at $9.5 million over four years.

Premier Mike Rann says he expects a further 40,000 tanks to be installed.  Read More

Monday
Mar292010

Toddler rescued from water tank...

A young boy has been rescued from a water tank at a property west of Brisbane.

A rescue helicopter spokesman says the two-year-old boy fell into the tank at a property south of Gatton at about 1pm AEST.

His mother pulled him out and had to preform CPR. He has since been flown to Brisbane's Mater Children's hospital in a stable condition.  Read More

Wednesday
Jan272010

How they survive.....

Bob Angove, Director of the Bendigo Bowls Club

“We’ve got four grass greens and they are all nice and green,” Mr Angove said. “They each get an hour of water, usually twice a week. “We’ve got the recycled water, of course, which helps.”

Mr Angove said it took up to 10 hours to water each green, using almost 100,000 litres of water.

“In the hot weather we use a bit more, especially through the 40-degree days,” he said. “It’s low-cut grass so it burns easily - you’ve got to keep the moisture up to it. “We’ve got one tank that holds 93,000 litres and the other holds 22,000 litres and they are nearly empty once you water a green.”

Until 2007, the club was forced to use town water on the greens, but Mr Angove said the connection to recycled water made a huge difference.

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