The Woodman Point Wastewater Treatment Plant is the largest wastewater treatment plant in Western Australia.
It treats wastewater for a population of about 680,000 people living south of the Swan River in the Perth metro.
As the population in the catchment area continues to grow, additional treatment capacity is required at the plant.
The Woodman Point Wastewater Treatment Plant upgrade project will see the plant’s capacity increase to 180 million litres per day, accommodating a population of more than 900,000. It is expected to be completed by late 2019.
Community Update - 2 April 2019
Potential temporary increase in odour
Work on the plant has been progressing as planned and we are now finalising the transition of the plant into its upgraded operating mode.
An important part of the upgrade includes improving odour control at the plant. To complete this work we need to move larger than usual volumes of wastewater through the plant into the newly constructed sections. This may result in an increase in odour from the plant for a short period (48 hours or less).
We plan to complete this work during the week starting 8 April.
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Project Update Video 1 - May 2017
Project Update Video 2 - August 2017
Community Reference Group
The Woodman Point Wastewater Treatment Plant Community Reference Group is a dedicated volunteer group that represents community members living in close proximity to the plant. The group is independently chaired and meets regularly to provide community insight and feedback to inform our operations.
If you would like more information, or to contact the group, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.