TasWater has begun an extensive state-wide project that will clean, inspect and then, if required, reline sections of the states vast sewer system.
Under the Tamar Estuary River Health Action Plan (TERHAP or the Plan), which is an initiative of the Tamar Estuary Management Taskforce (TEMT) and the Launceston City Deal, we’re improving our sewer infrastructure networks to improve the health of kanamaluka/Tamar Estuary.
Tamar Estuary River Health Action Plan (TERHAP) Project
Tolosa Park Dam Redevelopment Project
The Penna Recycled Water Scheme (RWS) receives treated effluent from Kirabati, Sorell and Midway Point Sewage Treatment Plants (STPs).
Our District Metered Area (DMA) Project is a Statewide program that aims to get a better understanding of water loss within our district network system. To understand where water loss is high, it is necessary to install flow meters.
Statewide Fire Hydrant Testing Program
Westbury Sewage Treatment Plant Upgrade
The Ulverstone Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) is servicing the catchments of Ulverstone, Gawler, West Ulverstone and Penguin. It treats approximately 70% of the state-wide sewage flows.
As part of TasWaters promise to the Tasmanian community to manage your sewage in an environmentally responsible way, 6 Sewer Pump Stations (SPS) in Cygnet will undergo some upgrades. This project will improve safety conditions for employees, reduce overflow and sewage spills.
One of our goals is delivering cost effective and timely projects for the Tasmanian community. Our projects page is a place for you to provide your thoughts and ideas on a range of TasWater projects. If you have any questions please contact us below.