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Major projects

Investing in our infrastructure

Major water and wastewater projects

Major Projects

Our major projects help deliver water security, minimise disruption to service, and allow for future growth in Gippsland.

Our 2018-23 price submission to the Essential Services Commission (ESC), established 10 major projects. Watch the video below for an update from our team on these projects, including what the projects involve and when we expect them to be completed.

We’ve maintained a flexible approach to undertaking these projects, making adaptations to ensure the projects are fit for purpose and deliver value for our customers.

Watch our team update you on how we’re tracking on these projects (video produced in July 2021).

Explore our major projects

Find out more about our current, future and completed major projects below. You can also read an update from the ESC on the delivery of our major capital projects as part of their Major Projects Supplement.

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Drouin Wastewater Treatment Plant

To meet the needs of Drouin’s population now and into the future, we're upgrading the town’s wastewater treatment plant.

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Sale outfall sewer pump station

We're building a major new sewer pump station near the Port of Sale. This essential piece of infrastructure will service Sale, Wurruk and Fulham for the next 50 years.

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Gravity sewer main construction in Warragul

We’re improving our wastewater network by replacing an aging sewer pump station in Warragul with a new gravity main.

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Secure water for Moe - Upgrades to the Moe Water Treatment Plant

This upgrade will modernise the plant, increase overall capacity and allow future upgrade and maintenance works to be completed without restricting water supply to customers.

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About us

Gippsland Water supplies fresh clean drinking water to more than 70,000 customers, and wastewater services to more than 63,000 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, 15 water treatment plants, over 1,700 kilometres of sewer mains and 14 wastewater treatment plants.

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Free drinking water initiative

Did you know that you can access free tap water at refill locations across the Latrobe Valley?

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Contact us

55 Hazelwood Road, Traralgon, VIC, 3844

Phone: 1800 050 500

Fax: (03) 5174 0103

Interpreter service: 1313 450

TTY: 1800 555 677