Based on an article published today in the Age by Marc Moncrief and Josh Gordon, it appears likely that Melbourne will access water from the desalination plant in Wonthaggi for the first time.  The persistent drought conditions have led the state government to consider water reforms such as:

A document leaked to Fairfax Media last month gave a grim assessment of the state’s water resource. While Melbourne’s water supply is at more than 70 per cent of capacity, storage levels in some parts of the north-west have fallen dramatically to just 30 per cent due to poor rainfall.

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JEFF WEBB, Managing Director, JNW Strategic Consulting

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