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Water & waste

The major projects below will be delivered by the Water & waste group. This group includes Water projects, Water operations, Water infrastructure and Waste services.

Automated standpipe Crows Nest
In the 2018/19 budget, an allocation of $230,000 was assigned to the installation of automated standpipes at Crows Nest, Oakey, Wyreema and Millmerran. The project also received $125,000 in funding through the Drought Communities Programme. The standpipes are expected to ...
Sewer man hole
In the 2019/20 budget, an allocation of $2.18 million has been assigned to region-wide sewer and maintenance hole rehabilitation and replacement works. Sewers and maintenance holes are subject to gas and chemical attack and suffer damage from ground movement and tree roots. ...
This $3.11 million project focuses on duplicating the current critical single gravity sewer that transports sewage to the inlet works of the Wetalla Water Reclamation Facility (WRF). The new sewer with an approximate length of 860m will provide redundancy to ...
This is an ongoing project to renew and upgrade an aged and deteriorated trunk gravity sewer from Griffiths Street to the Wetalla Water Reclamation Facility (WRF). Project work is advancing south from the Wetalla WRF, with 2019/20 works planned in ...
A $230,000 budget has been allocated to planning, design and preliminary works for the provision of a sewage pumping station that will ultimately service the Meringandan East township area.  This is the initial component of a longer-term staged project to provide ...
A budget of $250,000 has been allocated for planning, initial design and approvals to replace the CED (Combined Effluent Drainage) scheme effluent treatment lagoons near the Crows Nest Golf Course with a sewage treatment plant.  This is the initial component of a ...
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