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Drinking Water Booster Pump System, Colo Vale

Uprgrade Works

Wed 27 to  Thurs 28 January 2021

Please be advised that we have a project to upgrade the drinking water booster pump system at Colo Vale. Works will be carried out overnight on Wed 27 Jan to Thurs 28 Jan 2021 from 9:00 PM to 4:00 AM. It may be possible that the works take longer than expected, and could cause lower than normal water pressure for up to 48 hours.  Affected customers have been notified by mail.

Mittagong CBD, Mary St, Southwood Place, Old Hume Hwy, Railway Cres, Mittagong


Sewer Main Renewal


April to June 2020

In order to improve the quality of sewer service Carve Earthworks has been engaged by Wingecarribee Shire Council to renew the Sewer main in these areas.


During the proposed construction work, there may be some excavations along the line of the sewer main these will be covered and barricaded to prevent access being gained to the holes and prevent injury. All affected areas will be returned to original condition once the works have been completed. While the pipe line is being worked on you may be asked to minimise your water usage on certain days to help with the timely completion of these works.

Bowral Sewage Treatment Plant, Burradoo Rd, Burradoo



Possible odour


Wed 27 to Thurs 28 January 2021

Council is required to conduct a maintenance program at monthly intervals to ensure best operational practices and regulatory compliance. Although Council implements managerial protocols during this process, unfortunately the practice may still result in residents noticing odour release. These scheduled works are impacted by wet weather and operational demands.

Moss Vale Sewage Treatment Plant, Kennedy Close Moss Vale 

Possible odour & Noise


From Mon 14th Dec for 2 weeks

Council is required to conduct a maintenance program at monthly intervals to ensure best operational practices and regulatory compliance. Although Council implements managerial protocols during this process, unfortunately the practice may still result in residents noticing odour release and machine noise. These scheduled works are impacted by wet weather and operational demands.


Never enter flodwater or storm drains

Last Updated: January 25th, 2021
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