The Integrated Water Cycle Management (IWCM) Strategy addresses two elements of the Best-Practice Management of the Water Supply and Sewerage Framework. It is a local water utility's 30-year strategy for the provision of appropriate, affordable, cost-effective and sustainable urban water services that meet community needs and protect public health and the environment.
Preparation of the IWCM Strategy enables Council to comply with the NSW Government's Best-Practice Management of the Water Supply and Sewerage Framework.
The development of Council's IWCM has followed the DI Water methodology outlined in the IWCM Strategy Check List (July 2014).
The following studies have been completed to date.
- IWCM Issues Paper - identifying the IWCM issues
- IWCM Options Review Paper - assessing the options to address the issues
- IWCM Scenarios - evaluating the IWCM Scenarios
Copies of other Appendices may be requested by contacting:
Council's Assets Branch
Telephone: 02 4868 0888