A new sewerage system is planned for Bundarra with construction expected to begin in late 2018.
The new system will mean a change for properties from on-site treatment and disposal of wastewater within the property to a reticulated collection system with a single treatment plant serving the Bundarra community.
A sewerage scheme for Bundarra, to replace ‘on-site’ systems, such as septic tanks, has been mooted since the 1970s. In 1989 Public Works Advisory recommended that “A reticulated waste water and treatment system will have a significant beneficial impact on sanitation and public health and will eliminate the absorption problems being experienced.”
The estimated cost of the project is $5.447 million. Council was awarded grant funding of $3.675 million towards the project from the Restart NSW Water Security for Regions Program and will fund the balance of $1.772 million from reserves and annual sewerage charges.
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Manager Waste, Water and Sewer Services, Uralla Shire Council: (02) 6778 6316 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Public Works Advisory (PWA) is managing the project on Council’s behalf. The PWA contact for any commercial inquiries about the project is Stephen Hansen, Phone: 02 6768 4230 or 0427 200 609, Email: email@example.com