From 1 July 2013, a consolidated set of Design and Construction Standards came into effect across South East Queensland. The standards are known as the SEQ Water Supply & Sewerage Design & Construction Code (SEQ WS&S D&C Code or the SEQ Code) and are available from the Seqcode website This Code streamlines the design and construction process for new water and […]
A $6 million upgrade to improve the water treatment process and increase capacity at the Moe Water Treatment Plant is set to benefit the growing communities of Moe, Coalville, Newborough, Yallourn North, Trafalgar and Yarragon. The 50-year-old treatment plant located 3km south of the town centre has had a significant boost with the construction of a completely new system that […]
Wyong Shire Council has issued a tender for the screen for the Gwandalan Sewerage Treatment Works. The Gwandalan Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) was built in the late 1980’s without inlet screen. The treatment plant consists one head of works and distribution chamber, two intermittently decanting aeration (IDEA) tank, two sludge lagoons, a dry weather pond and a wet weather pond. […]
Gosford City Council has issued a tender for the Design of the Cockle Bay Towns Sewerage Project The work involves the investigation, design, documentation and environmental assessment of a predominantly low pressure sewerage scheme for over 300 properties in Empire Bay, Bensville and Kincumber South. The tender closes on 10 September, 2013 at 01:00 pm
Queensland Urban Utilities has issued a tender for the Trunk Gravity Sewer Six Mile Creek Redbank. For contractual enquiries contact Jo Bell on (07) 3855 6554 or at [email protected] The tender closes on Friday, 6 September 2013 at 12:00 noon Brisbane time.
Expressions of Interest are invited from organisations for the operation and maintenance of Hunter Water Corporation’s water and wastewater treatment plants Hunter Water delivers water and wastewater services, including water and wastewater treatment, to over a half million residents in the lower Hunter region of NSW. Hunter Water’s water and wastewater treatment works have been operated for over ten years […]
Hunter Water is inviting tenders for the rehabilitation of sewer mains by lining. This contract involves the rehabilitation of gravity sewer mains by the installation of lining systems to restore structural integrity, prevent infiltration or exfiltration, eliminate root ingress and/or restore the hydraulic capacity of the sewermain. The gravity sewer mains to be rehabilitated will be up to a maximum […]
Hunter Water is inviting tenders for the repair and replacement of sewermains, junctions, branches and inspection shafts for a contracted period of 3 years with 2 options to extend the contract for a further 12 months. The repair and replacement of sewermains, junctions, branches and inspection shafts may be required to be undertaken anywhere within the principal’s area of operations. […]
Upgrades and renewals to Jindabyne’s Sewerage Treatment Plant, Jindabyne Sewerage Pump Station and the Tyrolean Pump Station have now been completed after eighteen months of construction. The construction of the three projects commenced in January 2012 at a total cost of $3.8 million and was fully funded by Snowy River Shire Council. General Manager, Mr Joseph Vescio advised “These works […]
The NSW Minister for Finance Andrew Constance has announced plans to improve wastewater systems in Kurnell and nearby areas after issues experienced by customers last month. The new plans include new valves, controllers and telemetry systems. Following a period of heavy rain over the weekend of 29 and 30 June, the vacuum wastewater system malfunctioned due to high volumes of […]
Lithgow City Council has issued a tender for the design (telemetry), supply and installation of: 4-km of pressure and gravity pipeline (DN250 PVC-0, DN355 PE100); 130-m of stormwater pipeline at South Bowenfels (DN900 concrete); the Level 2 electrical construction for South Bowenfels; two 3-m diameter underground sewage pump stations approximate 4-m deep (one at South Bowenfels and one at South […]
Barwon Water has invited tenders to undertake Rehabilitation (Lining) of its reticulation sewer mains. Barwon Water defines Reticulation Sewer Mains as gravity mains, which are less than 300mm in diameter. It is these mains, which are the subject of the Contract. The works shall consist of the supply of all labour, materials and equipment necessary for the Rehabilitation of Reticulation […]
The budget for the West Australian Water Corporation includes spending of $3.6 billion in 2013-14 and across the forward estimates period on major water and wastewater infrastructure developments essential to support Western Australia’s growth. According the State Government budget papers, $1 billion is committed for the 2013-14 year to projects that address growing community needs across the State, which include; […]
Construction has commenced on a new 450mm sewer in Hervey Bay, QLD. Bothar Boring & Tunnelling are installing the sewer using microtunnelling, following a route along Main St, Pialba and have been setting up the site since the beginning of August According to Wide Bay Water Corporation the new sewer will divert flows from one catchment to another to reduce […]
Southeast Water has awarded a 5 year contract for the provision of mechanical and electrical maintenance services in South East Water’s northern region to Jonoco. The contract is valued at $11m and comprises mechanical and electrical maintenance, breakdown and minor capital works on South East Water’s assets. This includes pumping stations, treatment plants and other water and sewerage assets. Keep […]
Sydney Water has awarded a contract worth $9.3 million to rehabilitate the Narrabeen Submain to Water Infrastructure Group The project will improve the structural condition and operating performance of the wastewater system and improve access for future maintenance work. The Narrabeen Submain starts in Collaroy and travels through Brookvale before joining the Northern Suburbs Ocean Outfall System which flows to […]
The 75-metre pipe bridge across Boambee Creek that will carry sewer and reclaimed water pipelines between Sawtell and the Coffs Harbour Water Reclamation Plant has been completed. “I’d like to say a heart-felt ‘well done’ to all the staff and contractors involved for getting the whole project finished on time and on budget,” said Coffs Harbour Mayor, Councillor Denise Knight. […]
By Milan Rubcic, Sydney Water A typical wastewater system may comprise of a network of sewers and sewage pumping stations (SPS) that collect and transport sewage from where it is generated to a wastewater treatment plant for treatment. Wherever possible, the wastewater system should be designed to maximise the use of gravity to convey the sewage. Gravity wastewater systems do […]
Yarra Valley Water has invested more than $62 million into its Water and Sewerage Mains Renewal Programs over the past 12 months, with maintenance crews replacing over 165 kilometres of water and sewerage mains across its service area. According to Mr Tony Kelly, Managing Director, Yarra Valley Water, the Water & Sewerage Mains Renewal Programs are important to ensure that […]
Clarence Mayor Doug Chipman has joined TasWater CEO Mike Brewster in launching the beginning of work on the $8.2m Lauderdale Sewerage Scheme. TasWater has now commenced laying sewer mains in Lauderdale as work begins on the project. TasWater CEO Mike Brewster said that when completed in May 2014, the scheme will connect more than 220 properties which have signed up […]
Armidale Dumaresq Council will shortly commence the third year of a contract for the rehabilitation of sanitary sewer pipes. In the coming four months Council’s contractor Insituform Pacific will reline around 11 kilometres of pipes, a small part of the network of 225 kilometres of pipes that carry wastewater to the Sewage Treatment Plant. “While most of us take it […]
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