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2016-17 Budget: Infrastructure Investments

The Australian Government has committed funding of over $50 billion towards productivity enhancing infrastructure across the country from 2013-14 to 2019-20 and beyond.

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Western Australian Government

Construct a water treatment plant up to 80 ML/day capacity to treat water from the Harris Dam for the GSTWS scheme.

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Western Australian Government

Construct a 30 ML/day groundwater treatment plant and supporting collection and transfer infrastructure at the Eglinton GWTP site to meet local demands in the Alkimos - Eglinton district.

Collie Water Supply to Perdaman (CW02584)

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Western Australian Government

Perdamans Chemicals and Fertiliser require a NON POTABLE water supply scheme to enable delivery of 40ML/day of water from Wellington Dam to the delivery point at the Old Collie Pump Station on Lintott Rd, through approximately 26km of existing DN760 mm above ground steel pipe, at a nominal rate 40ML/day.

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Western Australian Government

The Pilbara Cities Vision forecasts significant growth at Karratha. Rio Tinto's planned upgrade / expansion of port operations at Cape Lambert is the trigger to duplicate the supply main between Yannery Tank and Miller Junction, install a regulating valve at Miller Junction, upgrade Cape Lambert booster pump station and construct 11 ML ground tank at Cape Lambert together with connecting pipework.

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Western Australian Government

Construct a second reservoir with a nominal capacity of 180 to 200Ml, maximising the potential of the site. Provide additional operational flexibility in balancing production and demands in the system, provide a buffer for short term failures in particular the need to ensure no significant constraints on the operations from loss of servicability of downstream assets.

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Western Australian Government

Inflows to the Woodman Point WWTP will reach a sludge treatment capacity of 180ML/d when raw wastewater from Midland is diverted to the wastewater treatment in 2022. As inflow into the plant increases to 200 ML/d, the sludge treatment and handling capacity will have to be increased to match.

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