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Tweed Water Restrictions Could Be Coming

Water Use Up But Dam Level Down

Tweed Water Restrictions Could Be Coming

Tweed Shire Council's keeping a close eye on its drinking water this spring.

It's worried the predicted dry weather will see water levels at Clarrie Hall Dam drop - especially if Tweed residents keep using the amount of water they're currently going through.

At the moment, each person's using about 200 litres a day - well above the goal of 160 litres.

Council's urging residents to watch their water consumption now - before it's forced to bring restrictions in when the dam drops below 75 percent.