Meadows Non Drinking Water
The non drinking and recycled water project is a Council led initiative as a result of the Meadows Wastewater Treatment Plant upgrade to provide recycled water to the Mawson Green and Saxon Hyde sub-divisions.
Notice of Supply Interruption
If you have any queries regarding a supply interruption, please contact Damian Lethbridge, Wastewater Technical Officer, on telephone 8391 7241 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Update 28 March 2017 - Meadows Non-Drinking Water Supply (Recycled water)
Recycled water supply has recommenced.
Update 22 March 2017 - Meadows Non-Drinking Water Supply (Recycled water)
Bore water is currently being supplied due to a plant issue. A specialist is looking into it and update will be posted as soon as further information is available.
Update 17 March 2017 - Meadows Non-Drinking Water Supply (Recycled water)
Following resolution of the issues wih the recycled water plant, recycled water supply has recommenced.
Update 9 February 2017 - Meadows Non-Drinking Water Supply (Recycled water)
Work is continuing to resolve the issues with the recycled water plant. Bore water will continue to be suppled to recycled water customers until the plant is fully functional again. You may encounter a reduction in pressure and we apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Bore Water Supply
Meadows township has no mains water and is reliant on rainwater and bores. Council provides non drinking water to 45 private homes, commercial and educational premises, the ovals and bowling greens from 3 existing township bores. Existing customers will remain on Council bore supply delivered as a non-drinking supply and the existing network comprising galvanised iron and black poly pipes will remain.
Bore water should not be used for drinking, food preparation, watering edible plants, filling swimming pools. More information is available in the Bore Water Uses Flyer and the Wastewater Service and Residential Non Drinking Water Supply Customer Charter.
Connecting to Recycled Water
Located at the front boundary of each allotment is a Lilac/Purple coloured Water Meter installed by Council. This meter is tagged and locked in the off position.
Under the Recycled Water Guidelines and direction from the Office of the Technical Regulator (OTR) properties are not permitted to connect to the Recycled Water Supply until specific conditions have been met.
Information for Property owners outlining the requirements and permitted uses: