Contract Awarded for Mardi Water Treatment Plant

Abergeldie Contractors has been awarded the contract to deliver the Mardi Water Treatment Plant, which is set to be a world-class water treatment facility capable of providing up to 160 million litres of clean water per day.

The New South Wales Government’s Safe and Secure Water Program has invested $6.85 million along with more than $75 million from the Central Coast Council to build the state-of-the-art treatment plant.

New South Wales Minister for Water, Rose Jackson, said it is the first time since 1992 that the plant has been upgraded, which is great news for the community because it will help secure the region’s water future for the next five decades by improving treated quality and reliability.

Courtesy of Abergeldie.

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