Water & Wastewater

Some Councils are responsible for the provision of water & wastewater services. In many areas however this responsibility lies with an independent Water Authority. Water treatment and services depend heavily on the use of pipes, valves, pumps, and strainers.

Related Pages

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External Links & References

  1. Water Maximum Glossary of Drainage Terms
  2. Stormwater & Drainage Overview - Department for Water
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Stormwater Design Standards
  5. D-Spec Version 7.2.1
  6. Concrete Pipe Association of Australasia

Notes (Edit)

Network Valuation

The figures below have been compiled for use in the Water & Wastewater Total Management Plan.

Water Supply & Sewerage Assets

Description Replacement Cost WDRC Annual Depreciation
Water Supply Schemes $227,267,042 $168,694,156 $3,387,152
Sewerage Schemes $259,905,489 $187,676,354 $,4,173,754
Total $487,172,531 $356,370,510 $7,560,906
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Water Supply Assets

Description Replacement Cost WDRC Annual Depreciation
Water Mains $147,962,412 $96,431,227 $2,109,743
Buildings $3,864,967 $3,615,612
Bores
Pump Stations
Reservoirs
Treatment Plants
Water Intakes
Weirs
Total

Sewerage Assets

Description Replacement Cost WDRC Annual Depreciation
Sewer Pipes & Rising Mains
Manholes
Buildings
Telemetry
Pump Stations
Treatment Plants
Total
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