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Email Link   Burringbar Mooball Sewerage Scheme

Facility:Mooball Wastewater Treatment Plant
Location:Pottsville Road, Mooball 2484
Services: Burringbah and Mooball
Capacity: 750 EP treatment plant
Discharge Point:Burringbar Creek
Treatment: Intermittently Decanted Extended Aeration (IDEA)
Construction:Commissioned 2013

The Mooball Wastewater Treatment Plant was officially opened in May 2013.

The $8.3 million plant connected more than 180 properties in Burringbar and Mooball to a reticulated sewerage service via a gravity connection or a small household pump.

The treatment plant has allowed multiple individual septic systems to be disconnected, improving the environmental quality of aquifers and surface waters and reducing odour and potential health risks.
Mooball Wastewater Treatment Plant
Construction of the treatment plant, four transfer pump stations, 13km of sewer pipes and 98 low-pressure pump stations was funded by the NSW Government, Council and residents, who paid a special sewer charge of $3500 per property.

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