The Redland City Council has released its 2014-15 budget for the city, located in the Moreton Bay area of South-East Queensland. The budget includes an investment of almost $12 million in upgrading wastewater treatment facilities to cater for projected population growth (estimated at around 40,000 new residents by 2030).

The upgrade projects flagged for the financial year include:

  • $3M for the Pt. Lookout waste water treatment plant
  • $2,765,328 on sewerage pump stations
  • $2,410,000 for waste water treatment plant inlet works expansions at Thorneside and Mt Cotton
  • $1,131,000 on Dunwich sewerage gravity sewers
  • $726,300 on pumps and switchboards
  • $500,000 on pump station infiltration reduction
  • $300,000 on odour works at inlet – Cleveland
  • $221,700 for flow meters, aerators & mixers, pipes & valves and lifting gear
  • $190,000 pumps & macerators, odour control, dosing pumps and clarifiers
  • $150,000 Cleveland waste water treatment plant
  • $150,000 confined space safety equipment (pump stations and reticulation)
  • $137,100 control systems and pipe work & valves
  • $132,000 civil, generators, cranes & hoists and blowers & compressors
  • $100,000 of pump station bypass enabling
  • $70,000 Thorneside sewage treatment plant odour control – additional carbon unit
  • $10,500 on minor wastewater plant & equipment


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