Eastern Treatment Plant
The Eastern Treatment Plant was opened in 1975 at Bangholme to serve Melbourne's growing population and to support the Western Treatment Plant. The plant sits on 1,100 hectares and treats about 330 million litres of sewage a day - 40% of Melbourne’s total sewage.
- Sewage treatment process
Learn how raw sewage is treated at the Eastern Treatment Plant to produce recycled water.
- Community and environmental benefits
The way we operate the Eastern Treatment Plant continues to improve, delivering significant benefits for the environment.
- Visit and Learn
Walking tours are a great way for school and community groups to learn what happens at the Eastern Treatment Plant.
- Tertiary Upgrade
Construction is underway on a major upgrade of the Eastern Treatment Plant.