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Romsey, Lancefield and Riddells Creek

Western Water currently provides water and sewerage services to just over 4,800 residents in Romsey, nearly 2,300 in Lancefield and 3,600 in Riddells Creek.

Steady population growth in these towns is expected to see approximately 5,600 people in Romsey, 2,800 in Lancefield and 4,300 in Riddells Creek by 2023.

To cater for this growth and to ensure we continue to comply with relevant legislation and standards, there are a number of projects planned or under construction to build, maintain or replace water, sewer and recycled water infrastructure, including pipelines, pump stations, treatment plants and storage facilities.

Learn more about our current water and sewerage construction projects in Romsey, Lancefield, Riddells Creek and surrounds by clicking on the below links.

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Romsey groundwater investigation

Western Water is investigating the feasibility of increasing the supply of groundwater to Romsey’s water supply system.

Romsey Bore Water Transfer Pipeline (Completed)

We built a raw water pipeline from our bore in Glenfern Road to the nearby Romsey Water Filtration Plant to transfer water between Romsey and Lancefield.

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