Coliban could pump water underground, save it for drought, Bendigo council told

Tom O'Callaghan
By Tom O'Callaghan
Updated June 24 2022 - 8:28am, first published 8:27am
TIMES OF PLENTY: Cairn Curran after the Millennium Drought broke in 2011, after a huge drop of rain. Water managers are asking whether water should be pumped underground in times of excess to safeguard against drought. Picture: JIM ALDERSEY

COLIBAN WATER could fill underground aquifers to avoid Bendigo shortfalls as climate change intensifies.


Tom O'Callaghan

Tom O'Callaghan


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