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Central Highlands Water (CHW) will undertake a $440,000 project to upgrade its Daylesford Jubilee Lake Sewer Pump Station, improving overall capacity for a total 43,000L.

The installation of two underground storage tanks, and associated infrastructure, will support the pump station during maintenance works and provide standby storage in the event of a power outage. 

CHW Managing Director, Jeff Haydon, said the project would improve wastewater capacity during storm and emergency events.

“The Jubilee Lake Sewer Pump Station upgrade has been designed to enable greater wastewater capacity during emergency events; preventing spills and overflows into the local environment,” Mr Haydon said.

“Working closely with Hepburn Shire Council and other local stakeholders, our project team has considered Jubilee Lake’s environment and are committed to limiting environmental impacts during the upgrade works, and improving the park overall.

“The majority of the new pump station assets will be installed underground and we are looking to reduce trench digging, implementing a less invasive boring technique with minimal impact on established trees.”

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