Mt Hawthorn Sewer Relining

Project goal:

Refurbishing ageing wastewater pipes in Mt Hawthorn.

Delivery date:

September 2019

What's happening?

As part of our ongoing sewer relining project, we’re currently refurbishing ageing wastewater pipes in Mt Hawthorn. This work is being undertaken by our authorised contractor, Interflow.

Sewer relining uses trenchless technology to clean access chambers and refurbish existing wastewater pipes. Trenchless technology is less invasive and requires fewer trenches resulting in less disruption to the community.

Where is this happening?

Sewer relining will be occurring in Mt Hawthorn and will be completed by 19 September 2019.

We will working on the wastewater pipe aong the following streets:

  • Green St and Scarborough Beach Road, Brady St, Purslowe St, Egina St
  • Glenelg Street, Federation Street, East Street, Britannia Road and Brentham Road
  • Menzies Park, Egina St, Federation St, East St, and Sasse St.

See the Project maps tab for detailed overviews.

Why is this work taking place?

Relining wastewater pipes is an important process to protect our wastewater systems and the health of the community and environment. This work will reduce the likelihood of blockages, prevent corrosion and extend the life of this important infrastructure by at least 50 years.

Scarborough Beach Road night work

Night work will take place at on the corner of Scarborough Beach Road and Birrell Street from 29 July to 2 August 2019 between 7.00pm till 6.00am.

Traffic management will be in place to safely direct vehicles around the work area.

Affected residents and business will be sent further information.

When is this happening?

Work commenced 17 June 2019 and will be completed by 19 September 2019.

During this period working hours will be Monday to Saturday between 7.00am and 5.00pm.

Work will generally be undertaken in one area for 6 days at a time as we move along the wastewater route.

How will this impact the community?

Residents may notice more activity in the area, noise from generators, vehicles and a temporary odour. We work closely with residents throughout the duration of the project to minimise the inconvenience to the local community wherever possible.

As part of this work, Interflow will also replace ageing property gas traps and access chamber covers. If access to your property is required the contractor, Interflow, will contact you directly to discuss and arrange entry.

Where required, traffic management will be in place to direct people safely around the work area.

Contact us

  • For issues on site please call Steve Thompson, Interflow Project Manager, on 0407 157 056 (24 hours)
  • For more information regarding the project please contact Gary Gilmore, Water Corporation Project Manager, via email gary.gilmore@watercorporation.com.au or call (08) 6330 6744.
  • For community queries regarding the project please contact Lina Peche, Water Corporation Community Engagement Officer, via email lina.peche@watercorporation.com.au or call (08) 9420 2081 (during work hours).

Sewer relining taking place in Mt Hawthorn

In some instances, our contractor Interflow may require access to your property to complete the relining work. If access is needed Interflow will contact you directly and discuss the work and arrange access. Please note they will not need to enter your home.

Map of sewer relining work taking place in Mt Hawthorn including Green St and Scarborough Beach Road, Brady St, Purslowe St, Egina St

Map of sewer relining work taking place in Mt Hawthorn, Glenelg Street, Federation Street, East Street, Britannia Road and Brentham Street.

Map of sewer relining work taking place in Mt Hawthorn Menzies Park, Egina St, Federation St, East St, and Sasse St.