We would like to provide you with an update on a proposal to duplicate a 3.8 kilometre section of a treated wastewater pipeline in the City of Rockingham.
The 24 kilometre pipeline, known as the Sepia Depression Ocean Outlet Landline (SDOOL), transports treated water from the Woodman Point, Kwinana, East Rockingham and Point Peron wastewater treatment plants and the waste stream from the Kwinana Water Recycling Plant and other industries. The treated water is then released to the Sepia Depression Ocean Outfall, which extends four kilometres offshore from Point Peron into a 20 metre deep channel.
Where is this happening?
See the map of the proposed pipeline route.
Why is this work taking place?
Duplicating the section of pipeline from Ritchie Drive in Rockingham to the Water Corporation site on Point Peron Road will ensure sufficient pipeline capacity to cater for expected growth and improve asset security. The duplication will also allow flexibility to divert flows when undertaking maintenance work on the existing pipeline.
When is this happening?
Based on current scheduling, construction is proposed to start in late 2019 and take approximately 18 months to complete.
Who can I contact?
For more information please contact Kym Walker, Senior Advisor Community Engagement on 9420 3527 or email@example.com
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