Agnes Water and Seventeen Seventy Integrated Water Project

Queensland

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TRILITY has been contracted by Gladstone Regional Council to provide new infrastructure for the towns of Agnes Water and Seventeen Seventy, including a new wastewater treatment facility and a desalination plant.

Snapshot

Project name Agnes Water and Seventeen Seventy Integrated Water Project
ClientGladstone Regional Council
Type of contractDesign, Build, Operate and Maintain (DBOM)
TechnologyWater treatment - seawater desalination (reverse osmosis) and conventional treatment for bore water Wastewater – biological nutrient removal
Design capacityWastewater: 0.6ML/d Desalination: 1.5ML/d (expandable) + 0.5ML/d from bore water
Wastewater capacityWastewater: 0.6 ML/d
Desalination capacityDesalination: 1.5 ML/d (expandable) + 0.5 ML/d from bore water
FacilitiesExisting: Two water treatment plants and a lagoon sewage treatment system New: Seawater desalination plant and a wastewater treatment plant
Project term10 years
Capital costc. $36m
Project typeWastewater Management, Water Treatment
* approximate

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