Western Australia

Margaret River Wastewater Treatment Plant upgrades to cater for growth

The WA Government has started work on a $20.4 million project to upgrade the Margaret River Wastewater Treatment Plant, comprising of new treatment equipment, tanks and an additional storage pond.

The upgrade will ensure the plant can safely and efficiently treat increasing volumes of wastewater into the future, as the population in the region continues to grow. No significant impacts to the community are expected during the works.

Construction is expected to be completed by December 2019. The plant, which is 2.5 kilometres north-east of the town centre on Long Road, was constructed in 2001.

About 20 Western Australian workers will be involved in the project and local companies will be subcontracted to complete the work.

Source: WA Government