The City of Karratha’s Wastewater Network is a large-scale water distribution system that supplies treated recycled water sourced from the Water Corporation’s wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) to a number of grassed open space areas within the City of Karratha.
The City of Karratha, in association with the Water Corporation, LandCorp and Pindan, upgraded the existing network to provide an improved and sustainable recycled water supply, which reduced the reliance on potable water.
This $11 million project replaced and expanded ageing recyled water infrastructure to supply higher quality treated recycled for use in grassed public open spaces within the City of Karratha.
The project is funded through the State Government’s Royalties for Regions Pilbara Cities fund, administered by the Pilbara Development Commission, Water Corporation LandCorp, Pindan and the City of Karratha.
The City of Karratha was endorsed by the Water Corporation and the Department of Water as a Waterwise Council on May 3, 2017 and again in May 7, 2019.
This is in recognition of excellent water efficiency program undertaken by the City, including:
- The Effluent Reuse Scheme
- Grey water use for irrigation and toilet facilitis at the airport
- The use of a Backwash Recycling Systems at the Karratha Leisureplex
- Improvements to irrigation practices
This is an outstanding achievement and the City has been commended for our leadership in sustainable wate management and for demonstrating commitment to building a waterwise community.
Read more here: Future-proofing Karratha's Green Spaces
For more information, please contact the City on 08 9186 8555 or email@example.com