Christies Beach WWTP

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Keeping the environment safe and you informed

Christies Beach wastewater treatment plant began operating in 1970 and was expanded in 1981 to support the growing southern suburbs population. It also received a significant upgrade in 2013 to ensure it can meet community needs until 2030.

The plant takes sewage through a number of treatment process stages before it is ready for reuse as biogas, biosolids and recycled water, or for release back into the environment.

Take a tour: School and community groups can book guided tours of Christies Beach WWTP for a behind the scenes look into how we treat sewage and use it to keep our city cool and green. Find out more.

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Find out more about:

Bolivar WWTP | Glenelg WWTP | Whyalla WWTP


Keeping the environment safe and you informed

Christies Beach wastewater treatment plant began operating in 1970 and was expanded in 1981 to support the growing southern suburbs population. It also received a significant upgrade in 2013 to ensure it can meet community needs until 2030.

The plant takes sewage through a number of treatment process stages before it is ready for reuse as biogas, biosolids and recycled water, or for release back into the environment.

Take a tour: School and community groups can book guided tours of Christies Beach WWTP for a behind the scenes look into how we treat sewage and use it to keep our city cool and green. Find out more.

Want to keep updated? Sign up to receive updates on changes to Christies Beach WWTP that may impact you.

Find out more about:

Bolivar WWTP | Glenelg WWTP | Whyalla WWTP


Page last updated: 28 October 2021, 13:00