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Water Project in Final Stages


Anticipation amongst key stakeholders and the local community is building as the Quipolly Water Supply project nears completion.

 

Council’s long-term Regional Water Supply Strategy has entered the final stage with the most integral component, the design and construction phase of Quipolly Water Project almost done.

This is one of the most significant capital works projects undertaken by Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC) that is set to:


• Diversify water supply and build drought resilience

• Future proof infrastructure with increased capacity of water supply enabling growth

• Improve water quality, consistency and compliance

• Replace existing aged and inadequate infrastructure

• Improve reliability.


Our water team have been working hard and the building phase of the project remains on-track for completion at the end of 2023. A productive meeting was held at the Quipolly Water Project site on 22 November 2023 discussing the next phase in the project, in which the system will go live and become fully operational in 2024.


“This project has been a massive undertaking and investment that will improve the security of water supply in our region into the future”, commented Mayor Councillor Doug Hawkins OAM.


The state-of-the-art treatment facility will be capable of treating water up to 6 million litres per day to drinking water standards.


“We can be justifiably proud of the scale of this project, what has been achieved and the outcomes it will achieve for the Liverpool Plains community”, commented Mayor Councillor Doug Hawkins OAM.


This project is proudly funded by the NSW Government in association with the Australian Government Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development, Communicationsand the Arts, Infrastructure NSW and Liverpool Plains Shire Council.

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