Kincumber and Woy Woy Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrades
Gosford City Council is upgrading its two Wastewater Treatment Plants (WWTP) located at Kincumber and Woy Woy.
The project will ensure both plants continue to have the capacity to treat the community's wastewater to a standard that protects the environment.
The works involve:
- Upgrading the inlet works at both plants
- Improving the odour control and bio-solids handling systems at both plants
- Refurbishing the aeration and digester systems at the Kincumber plant
- Other various associated works
Council has engaged NSW Public Works to deliver the project.
For more information on the project you can click on the information resources below or contact Council's Project Communication Officer Nathan Slade on (02) 4304 7075 or email@example.com
Kincumber WWTP upgrade
Kincumber WWTP is the region's major treatment facility servicing around 140,000 residents across most of Gosford City.
Woy Woy WWTP upgrade
Woy Woy WWTP services close to 40,000 residents across the Woy Woy Peninsula including Woy Woy Bay, Pearl beach and Patonga.