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Water & Sewerage

Wingecarribee Shire Council is the local water authority that provides potable water supply and reticulated sewerage services to the residents in the Shire.


Please report water leaks to council by phone or the online form.


The Sydney Catchment Authority (external link) provides the majority of raw water to Council from the Wingecarribee Reservoir with the remaining obtained from Council owned Medway and Bundanoon Reservoirs.

 


Sewerage Services & Scheme Outline


pdfSewer Coverage Area Map (PDF, 900kb)


Council has the following objective for the sewerage services to the Shire community: To provide our customers with cost effective and environmentally responsible sewerage services which meet desired and mandatory standards.


Council operates six separate sewerage systems, which serve urban areas around the towns of Berrima and New Berrima, Bowral, Bundanoon, Robertson, Mittagong and Northern Villages, and Moss Vale.

 

Each system has a sewage treatment works that has been designed to
treat sewage to a “tertiary” standard. Loadings on these systems are primarily residential with some industry loadings.


Telemetry / SCADA systems are used to monitor the reticulation and treatment systems to ensure quick response to breakdowns and service failures.




Water Supply Services & Scheme Outline


pdf with a goat in a treeWater Coverage Area Map (PDF, 900kb) 


Council has the following objective for its water supply services to the Shire community: To provide our customers with a cost effective and environmentally responsible water supply service which meets desired and mandatory standards.


Council’s water supply system consists of two dams, three water treatment plants and a distribution system, which stretches from Bundanoon in the south, to Hill Top and Yerrinbool in the north.

 

Telemetry / SCADA systems are used to monitor the reticulation and treatment systems to ensure quick response to breakdowns and service failures.


Last Updated: September 1st, 2016
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