City of Gold Coast is upgrading and expanding its recycled water network. This will help to maintain and enhance green spaces and also support and grow local industry to underpin the future of the region.
This citywide expansion of the recycled water network provides a climate resilient, affordable and fit-for-purpose recycled water supply.
This project is divided into numerous network supply zones, delivered in stages.
The project will be providing Class A recycled water for customers identified in the current Queensland Health Guideline for low-exposure recycled water schemes to use as:
The benefits of the project include:
The City is proposing to construct approximately 70 kilometres of pipelines in numerous recycled water supply zones to service new non-residential customers.
Construction will also include:
The scope of Stage 1 Carrara recycled water supply zones is:
It is anticipated that connections to Stage 1 Carrara recycled water supply zone will be available by August 2022.
Further updates on the future stages will be provided as the project progresses.