We will develop and construct a new sewerage scheme to provide Goroke with a reliable and effective wastewater collection system. Construction of stage one is due to start in late 2019 and a further two stages are proposed. The sewerage scheme will also provide environmental benefits which was welcomed by the Environment Protection Authority.
The sewerage scheme will use existing septic tanks on property to help reduce landowner costs as we deliver a reliable and effective wastewater treatment process, contributing to the prosperity and future growth of the town.
These works are a result of West Wimmera Shire Council receiving feedback from Goroke residents about ongoing issues regarding the disposal of wastewater.
Information Drop In Sessions
Residents, landowners and local businesses are encouraged to view and provide feedback on the proposed stages, design and water treatment plant location. Our Project Team will be available to provide information about the sewerage scheme and to also answer any questions residents and property owners may have.
|Where||Goroke Library||Goroke Library|
|Time||Between 9 am and 2 pm||Between 3 pm and 7 pm|
Monday 29 April 2019
Tuesday 30 April 2019
|Monday 13 May 2019|
We are liaising directly with our customers and look forward to working with the Goroke community as we roll out this project that will not only contribute to the prosperity and liveability for customers, but also provide health and environmental benefits for the township.
Goroke Sewerage Scheme Boundary Map
Frequently Asked Questions - Goroke Sewerage Scheme - (1.5MB, 6 pages)