The Water Corporation has replaced 2.5km of wastewater main in Albany to improve reliability and prepare for future growth in the region.

WA Water Minister Mia Davies said the $3.5 million project involved the construction of a wastewater main along Parkes Street and Warrangoo, Collingwood and Brewster roads.

“The 2.5km of wastewater main started at the wastewater pump station on Warrangoo Road and was connected to a wastewater main on Lower King Road,” Ms Davies said.

“This Liberal National Government project improves the reliability of the main and caters for growth in the area.”

Construction of the wastewater main began in late January 2016.

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