It Takes Much More than a Tap to Run Your Water

 

Water and Sewer 

Nathan and Ben work together with the rest of the Hunter Water team to deliver essential water and wastewater services to over half a million residents, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Nathan monitors the water network via computer system to ensure that there is a reliable supply of water across the Lower Hunter. Ben assists by ensuring that the information technology used by Nathan is up to date to deliver a reliable water supply across the Lower Hunter.  Find out more about our water network.

 About Us

Hunter Water serves its customers and the community across the Lower Hunter, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, in a variety of ways.
Sam and Mary are important members of the Hunter Water team providing information to you.

Mary can assist you with your enquiries at the counter of our Hunter Water Customer Centres. Sam provides useful information on the Hunter Water website for anyone to access anywhere, anytime. The website is mobile device friendly too. Find out more about managing your account.

 Water and Sewer 2

Greg and Garry work together with the rest of the Hunter Water team to transport drinking water through nearly 5,000 kilometers of pipes to over half a million residents, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Garry maintains our water supply pipes and pumps. Greg organises the replacement of pipes in priority areas to ensure a reliable water supply across the Lower Hunter. Find out more about our water supply.

 Major Projects

Emma and Tony work together with the rest of the Hunter Water team to deliver essential water and wastewater services to over half a million residents, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Tony conducts water supply planning for future growth in the Lower Hunter. Emma ensures infrastructure projects are delivered safely. Hunter Water is investing over $1 billion in infrastructure over the decade to maintain and upgrade our system for future growth in the region. Find out more about our major infrastructure projects.