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Gisborne Recycled Water Plant Upgrade

We’ve been progressing the design for the Gisborne Recycled Water Plant following approval of the Business Case in late 2020.

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Greater Western Water has improved the design and enhanced the treatment process for the Gisborne RWP Upgrade. This will result in further improvements to the quality of the recycled water the plant will produce.

Background

The plant treats sewage from Gisborne, New Gisborne, Macedon and Mount Macedon. The upgrade will allow Greater Western Water to meet demand from the growing population, improve recycled water quality & reduce energy consumption.

Gisborne RWP Upgrade Project Timeline. 2020 - Community input & early works. 2021 - Detailed design, construction commences. 2022 to 23 - Construction & testing phase. 2024 - Upgrade full operational

Detailed investigation identified upgrading the plant on the existing site as the best option for managing local demand for wastewater services through to 2035.


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