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What is a pressure sewer system?

A pressure sewer system is an economical and environmentally-friendly way of collecting, transporting and disposing of wastewater from households.

It consists of a pump unit which is connected to a network of pipes along with other pump units in your area. These pipes transfer wastewater to a wastewater treatment facility.

The system collects wastewater from your toilet, sink, shower, bath, dishwasher and washing machine.

Cost associated with connection to a pressure sewer system

  • Loch Sport – costs range from $10,127.38 - $10,742.38
  • Coongulla/Glenmaggie – costs range from $11,020.13 - $11,635.13

Do you have (or are you getting) a pressure sewer system?

For more information about your pressure system, please view the documents below:

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Phone: 1800 050 500
Fax: (03) 5174 0103
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