Glenelg WWTP

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Keeping the environment safe and you informed

Glenelg wastewater treatment plant has been serving customers since 1933, with upgrades to meet growing demands in 1945, 1962, 1973 and 2002.

Each year, the Glenelg–Adelaide pipeline returns 2.8 gigalitres of treated wastewater to the central Adelaide area, largely helping green the city’s public areas such as parks, gardens and sporting facilities. Apart from irrigating green spaces, this initiative produces large scale environmental heat reduction.

Take a tour: School and community groups can book guided tours of Glenelg 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? Complete the survey below to be kept up to date on changes to Glenelg WWTP that may impact you.

Find out more about:

Bolivar WWTP | Christies Beach WWTP | Whyalla WWTP


Keeping the environment safe and you informed

Glenelg wastewater treatment plant has been serving customers since 1933, with upgrades to meet growing demands in 1945, 1962, 1973 and 2002.

Each year, the Glenelg–Adelaide pipeline returns 2.8 gigalitres of treated wastewater to the central Adelaide area, largely helping green the city’s public areas such as parks, gardens and sporting facilities. Apart from irrigating green spaces, this initiative produces large scale environmental heat reduction.

Take a tour: School and community groups can book guided tours of Glenelg 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? Complete the survey below to be kept up to date on changes to Glenelg WWTP that may impact you.

Find out more about:

Bolivar WWTP | Christies Beach WWTP | Whyalla WWTP


Page last updated: 28 October 2021, 13:00