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The Metropolitan Water Plan 2010

The NSW Government’s 2010 Metropolitan Water Plan outlines a plan for securing Sydney’s water future. In 2010, about 33 billion litres of water a year are saved through reuse projects. By 2015, this will increase to 70 billion litres of water a year. Small scale, cost effective schemes using recycled water such as the Wilton Recycled Water Treatment Plant are providing new opportunities to save precious water.


IPART, the independent economic regulator for NSW, is in charge of overseeing regulation in the electricity, gas, water and transport industries.

NSW Office of Water

The NSW Office of Water is responsible for the management of NSW’s surface water and groundwater resources.





How does this work?

Veolia Biosep uses a biological tank and a membranes system, these membrane modules are directly immersed in the sites biological tank.



Questions & Answers

Why was there a need to build a private Recycled Water Treatment Plant (RWTP) ?

As the Bingara Gorge development is located outside of the normal...