Class C water is used on Council’s irrigation farm adjacent to the Wastewater Treatment Plant

December 11, 2020

Construction of Wondai’s recycled water plant is nearing completion with commissioning and testing expected to begin in January.

A South Burnett Regional Council spokesperson said on Friday the water produced was expected to be used at Wondai for the irrigation of sporting venues such as cricket, soccer and rugby league fields, along with the town’s golf club and bowling greens.

Council’s Kingaroy Waste Water Treatment Plant has been producing recycled water for a number of years.

This is currently being used by sporting clubs and at Council’s irrigation farm.

Class A recycled water is being provided to Kingaroy Golf Club, Lyle Vidler Oval, T.J. O’Neill Oval, the junior and senior soccer grounds and Kingaroy Showgrounds.

Class C water is used on Council’s irrigation farm.


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