A $94 million upgrade to the North Head Water Resource Recovery Facility (WRRF) has reached an important milestone with the installation of two digesters which will help increase fertiliser production for the Central Tablelands of NSW. The digestors will almost double the amount of biosolids which can be reused as agricultural fertiliser from 40 tonnes to 70 tonnes per day. Fertiliser from biosolids will continue to be delivered to farms in the Central Tablelands of New South Wales including Bathurst and Orange.

$94 Million North Head Wastewater facility upgrade to help farmers

A $94 million upgrade to the North Head Water Resource Recovery Facility (WRRF) has reached a significant milestone by installing two digesters to help increase fertiliser production for the Central Tablelands of NSW. The digesters will almost double the amount of biosolids. It can be reused as agricultural fertiliser from 40 to 70 tonnes per day. Fertiliser from biosolids will continue to be delivered to farms in the Central Tablelands of New South Wales, including Bathurst and Orange. Read More
Each year TasWater recognises the hard work and effort our people undertake in their roles on a day-to-day basis to deliver essential services to Tasmanians. An example of such recognition is the annual award for Operator of the Year and Young Operator of the Year. The awards also highlight TasWater’s ongoing commitment to training and career opportunities across the state.

TasWater announces Operator & Young Operator awards

Each year TasWater recognises the hard work and effort our people undertake in their roles on a day-to-day basis to deliver essential services to Tasmanians. An example of such recognition is the annual award for Operator of the Year and Young Operator of the Year. The awards also highlight TasWater’s ongoing commitment to training and career opportunities across the state. Read More