An extra 40,000 are expected to call the Redlands home by 2030 so it is important to provide the infrastructure to meet this growth.
A big part of that infrastructure is wastewater treatment facilities which treat the wastewater from our homes and businesses.
This year’s Council Budget includes nearly $12 million for waste water treatment plant upgrades.
Below is a list of all projects included in this year’s Budget:
|Waste Water Project|
|Pt. Lookout Waste Water Treatment Plant||3,000,000|
|Sewerage Pump Stations||2,765,328|
|Waste Water Treatment Plant Inlet Works Expansions, Thorneside and Mt Cotton||2,410,000|
|Dunwich Sewerage Gravity Sewers||1,131,000|
|Pumps and Switchboards||726,300|
|Pump Station Infiltration reduction||500,000|
|Odour works at inlet – Cleveland||300,000|
|Flow Meters, Aerators & Mixers, Pipes & Valves and Lifting Gear||221,700|
|Pumps & Macerators, Odour Control, Dosing Pumps and Clarifiers||190,000|
|Cleveland Waste Water Treatment Plant||150,000|
|Confined Space Safety Equipment (Pump Stations and Reticulation)||150,000|
|Control Systems and Pipe Work & Valves||137,100|
|Civil, Generators, Cranes & Hoists and Blowers & Compressors||132,000|
|Pump Station Bypass Enabling||100,000|
|Thorneside Sewage Treatment Plant Odour Control – Additional Carbon Unit||70,000|
|Minor Wastewater Plant & Equipment||10,500|
|Total Waste Water||11,993,928|