Constructed in 1962, this water main supplies the Glenorchy water supply zone from the Bryn Estyn Water Treatment Plant, via the West Derwent Pipeline. This upgrade will improve its reliability.
Constructed in 1937, this 70km pipeline is responsible for providing 20 percent of Greater Hobart’s drinking water. We will renew the Claremont Lake Fenton Pipeline to improve its reliability.
Replacing the section of Lake Fenton pipeline that passes through the town of New Norfolk will improve the reliability of Greater Hobart’s water supply system.
The aim of this project is to identify the causes of an ongoing odour issue and find an appropriate long-term solution.
This project will improve Rosebery's water security by increasing the network storage capacity for treated water.
The purpose of this project is to replace the Zeehan Raw Water Pump Station and renew the weir in two stages.
The Bryn Estyn Water Treatment Plant is Hobart’s primary source of drinking water. This upgrade will expand the WTP to ensure it can continue to meet demand into the future.
A section of the reinforced concrete pipeline that provides water from Cascade Basin to high areas of Burnie is in the planning phase for renewal.
Originally constructed in 1956, the Pet Dam will receive an upgrade to bring it up to modern design standards. This project is in the planning stages.
One of our goals is delivering cost effective and timely projects for the Tasmanian community.
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