Residential

Tools & resources

Here is a selection of our helpful tools and resources, please click on the one you wish to use.

Pipes for Perth

Use our map to search for works in your area

Check works

Winter sprinkler switch-off!

Are your sprinklers off?

Check if you're included

Local artist brings life to pump station in Withers

Local artist Andrew Frazer has transformed a humble wastewater pump station into Bunbury’s largest public art canvass, painting a 320 square metre mural which celebrates the local flora and marine life.
The Parade Road pump station in Withers receives and processes 6 million litres a day of wastewater from households and businesses across Greater Bunbury.
Watch his amazing artwork come to life in this time-lapse video!

Marking a decade since Perth's first desalination plant officially opened

Water Minister Dave Kelly visited the Perth Seawater Desalination Plant to mark 10 years since the climate-independent source was officially opened.
The plant is one of 2 seawater desalination plants in WA that supply Perth and the Integrated Water Supply Scheme – which provided 47% of drinking water in 2015–16. In the last 10 years the plant produced about 475 billion litres of water.

What is Tap In?

Find out more about Tap In, our state-wide community engagement program tapping in to your thoughts and ideas to help shape WA's water future.

Fix leaking loos & trickling toilets

A constant trickle into the toilet bowl wastes around 9,000 litres a year. To check for this type of leak, simply place a sheet of toilet paper under the rim in the back of the bowl (do this half an hour after the last flush when the bowl should be dry). If the paper soaks up water, you have a leaking cistern and need to call a licensed Waterwise Plumber to fix it.