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Have your say on Sydney Water projects and plans in your local area.

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Have your say on Sydney Water projects and plans in your local area.

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  • Stormwater renewals

    6 months ago
    Cooks_2

    We're looking at waterways around Sydney that are in need of repair. We're investigating to see if we can restore these waterways in a more natural way.

    Have your say about future projects at Annandale, Brighton-Le-Sands, and Concord.


    We're looking at waterways around Sydney that are in need of repair. We're investigating to see if we can restore these waterways in a more natural way.

    Have your say about future projects at Annandale, Brighton-Le-Sands, and Concord.


  • Splash Network

    7 months ago
    Picture1

    Splash is a collaborative network funded through a Building Resilience to Climate Change grant (OEH and NSW Environmental Trust), Sydney Water, and Blacktown Council. The purpose of the network is to build capacity to facilitate the transition of NSW cities and towns to ‘water sensitive cities’ that are more liveable, sustainable and resilient to climate change.


    Splash is a collaborative network funded through a Building Resilience to Climate Change grant (OEH and NSW Environmental Trust), Sydney Water, and Blacktown Council. The purpose of the network is to build capacity to facilitate the transition of NSW cities and towns to ‘water sensitive cities’ that are more liveable, sustainable and resilient to climate change.


  • Green Square Stormwater Drain

    10 months ago
    Sheascreek

    We’re working with the City of Sydney to build a new stormwater drain from Zetland to Alexandria. The drain will be big enough to empty 300 bathtubs a second into Alexandra Canal.

    As part of this project, we’re widening the existing open concrete channel that runs along Shea’s Creek, between Maddox Street and Alexandra Canal. This will include a new shared path alongside the channel for pedestrians and cyclists.

    We’re working with the City of Sydney to build a new stormwater drain from Zetland to Alexandria. The drain will be big enough to empty 300 bathtubs a second into Alexandra Canal.

    As part of this project, we’re widening the existing open concrete channel that runs along Shea’s Creek, between Maddox Street and Alexandra Canal. This will include a new shared path alongside the channel for pedestrians and cyclists.

  • Keep wipes out of the pipes

    almost 2 years ago
    The_bus


    There’s a big problem lurking in our sewers, and we need your help!

    Wet wipes...over 70% of people flushing wet wipes think they’re biodegradable. However, they don't break down in the wastewater system like toilet paper and can get stuck in your pipes and the sewer, leading to overflows into homes or creeks.

    Help us stop this...


    There’s a big problem lurking in our sewers, and we need your help!

    Wet wipes...over 70% of people flushing wet wipes think they’re biodegradable. However, they don't break down in the wastewater system like toilet paper and can get stuck in your pipes and the sewer, leading to overflows into homes or creeks.

    Help us stop this...