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Wastewater Projects

Each year council invests millions of dollars on major projects to provide and improve essential wastewater services for our customers.

These major projects are a key part of council's commitment to:

  • Protect our community, waterways and environment against wastewater overflows; and
  • Boost the capacity of our wastewater treatment plants and networks to meet the region's population demands. 

There are a number of major wastewater projects currently underway across the region. Information on each project can be accessed by clicking on the relevant link in the following table.

 Projects       Description  Current Status
Mooney Mooney Cheero Point Sewerage Scheme
A $15M Priority Sewerage Project (PSP) to provide the area with improved sewerage services. It will reduce existing public health risks for the community and minimise adverse environmental impacts on local waterways and residential properties. Connection available.
Coastal Carrier System Upgrade
A $30M upgrade to improve the performance and capacity of the major wastewater transfer system servicing Forresters Beach, Wamberal, Terrigal, North Avoca, Avoca and Kincumber.  Construction underway and completed in a number of areas. 
Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrades
A $40M project to upgrade council's two wastewater treatment plants located at Kincumber and Woy Woy. Construction started.
Cockle Bay Towns Sewerage Project
Council is delivering improved sewerage services to identified properties in Empire Bay, Bensville and Kincumber South. Construction started.
Sewage Pump Station Upgrade Program
The program- which currently sees between $5-7 million invested each year- improves the reliability, capacity and performance of the region's pump stations. Construction underway, planned or completed in a number of areas. 

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