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Major projects

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Gippsland Water invests heavily in infrastructure to allow for the growth of the region.

Major Projects

Gippsland Water continues to invest in infrastructure projects that will delivery water security and allow for the future growth of our region.

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Morwell Sewer – Reconfiguration of Crinigan Road SPS Rising Main

Planned completion date: June 2017

This project will alleviate current and future capacity issues on the Crinigan Road Sewer Pump Station (SPS) Rising Main and will reduce sewer spills to the environment in the Waterhole Creek and the Crinigan Road SPS catchments during major wet weather events.

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Drouin Sewer – Trunk Main Augmentation

Planned completion date: June 2017

This project will involve the construction of a wet weather reliever pipeline, which will alleviate sewage spills from manholes near Settlement Road and Bosanko Road, in Drouin, during storm events. The pipeline will be designed to allow for future population growth within the Drouin township and will be sized to allow for a new treatment facility for Drouin, planned over the next 5 to 10 years.

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Water Reticulation System Renewals Program

Planned completion date: June 2018

This program is a multi-year program of works to replace existing water reticulation assets that pose a potential risk to the quality or supply of water to Gippsland Water customers.Works undertaken on this program aims to ensure Gippsland Water meets its charter to customers and KPIs agreed to by the ESC, in terms of number of unplanned water supply disruptions, water quality, and minimum supply pressure and flow rate.

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Sewer Reticulation Upgrades

Planned completion date: June 2018

This program is a multi-year program of works to rehabilitate existing sewer reticulation assets to address issues that may affect Gippsland Water’s ability to meet its levels of service detailed within the Customer Charter and ESC defined KPIs. Works undertaken on this program will benefit Gippsland Water’s customers with fewer overflow and blockage problems and also cater for increased flows and thus opportunities for urban development.

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Traralgon Sewer - Swallow Grove and Grubb Ave Augmentation

Planned completion date: June 2017

This project will involve the augmentation of the existing sewer in Traralgon to overcome capacity issues in certain areas of the sewerage network.This project will reduce the likelihood of sewer surcharging and overflows within the Swallow Grove / Grubb Avenue catchment.

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Morwell Water - Twin six Main Replacement

Planned completion date: December 2017

This project is aimed at ensuring continuity of water services to Gippsland Water customers in Jumbuk Jeeralang region of the Morwell water system.The project will increase security of supply to the Billy’s Creek Treated Water Pump Station, which supplies Koala Drive Low Level, Jumbuk, Koala Drive High Level, Koala Drive High High Level and Tebb Terrace pressure zones.

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Warragul - Moe Water Supply Interconnect - Stage 2 – Darnum to Warragul

Planned completion date: June 2019

This project is the second and final stage of a project aimed to address the water resource shortfall in the Tarago system, as outlined in Gippsland Water’s 2012 Water Supply Demand Strategy. Upon completion, the project will enable transfer of water from the Moe system to Warragul, freeing up existing water in Blue Rock for supply to Warragul. The final stage, which will involve a pipeline from Darnum to Warragul, will enable improving water supply security to Gippsland Water customers in Trafalgar, Yarragon and Gippsland Water’s major customers in Moe and Warragul. It will also provide operational security and flexibility to transfer water in both directions between the Moe and Tarago systems in the event of supply shortfall and water quality events.

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Sale outfall sewer pump station

Planned completion date: 2020

The current sewer pump station near the Port of Sale is too small to cater for the growth of the town and has had some odour issues. By 2020, we plan to build a much larger pump station nearby with better odour control systems.

The cost of the project is $10 million.

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Gippsland Water supplies fresh clean drinking water and wastewater to more than 60,000 customers across an area of more than 5,000 square kilometres. It maintains a $1 billion infrastructure network, which includes more than 2,000 kilometres of water mains, 16 water treatment plants, over 1,500 kilometres of sewer mains and 14 wastewater treatment plants.

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Gippsland Water Head Office, 55 Hazelwood Road, Traralgon, VIC, 3844

Phone: 1800 050 500
Fax: (03) 5174 0103
Interpreter service: 131 450
TTY: 1800 555 677
Email: contactus@gippswater.com.au

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