Tea Tree Gully Sustainable Sewers

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We are working toward securing the future of sewerage services for over 4600 residential and business properties currently connected to the City of Tea Tree Gully’s local Community Wastewater Management System (CWMS).

We are currently working to gain a better understanding of the existing CWMS, to determine what upgrades are needed to transition properties over to a full sewer service and how these upgrades will be delivered.

Existing customers of the CWMS will be kept informed throughout this process and we will provide assistance when the time comes to transition properties from the CWMS to our new sewer system.

It is likely that the transition of customers will be undertaken in a staged approach over several years, with prioritisation based on a range of factors, including condition assessments of the existing assets.

The City of Tea Tree Gully will retain ownership of the CWMS and residents will remain customers of the Council until they are transferred to SA Water.

If you would like to be kept informed as we progress, please subscribe to our email list.

Next steps

We are working with Council and using customer feedback to guide the planning and prioritisation process for the staged approach for transitioning customers to our sewer network. This information helps us to understand how we can minimise the impact and increase the benefits of this program for the community and the plan for the overall program is scheduled to be ready in the first half of 2021.

We are working toward securing the future of sewerage services for over 4600 residential and business properties currently connected to the City of Tea Tree Gully’s local Community Wastewater Management System (CWMS).

We are currently working to gain a better understanding of the existing CWMS, to determine what upgrades are needed to transition properties over to a full sewer service and how these upgrades will be delivered.

Existing customers of the CWMS will be kept informed throughout this process and we will provide assistance when the time comes to transition properties from the CWMS to our new sewer system.

It is likely that the transition of customers will be undertaken in a staged approach over several years, with prioritisation based on a range of factors, including condition assessments of the existing assets.

The City of Tea Tree Gully will retain ownership of the CWMS and residents will remain customers of the Council until they are transferred to SA Water.

If you would like to be kept informed as we progress, please subscribe to our email list.

Next steps

We are working with Council and using customer feedback to guide the planning and prioritisation process for the staged approach for transitioning customers to our sewer network. This information helps us to understand how we can minimise the impact and increase the benefits of this program for the community and the plan for the overall program is scheduled to be ready in the first half of 2021.