Melbourne Water is currently upgrading the Lillydale Lake Wetland to ensure the wetland meets its stormwater treatment quality standards.
Melbourne Water has upgraded the Long Island retarding basin to ensure it continues to reduce the risk of flooding to the community.
In October we will be inviting expressions of interest from teams who are skilled in the provision of multi-disciplined design and civil, structural, mechanical and electrical construction to help Melbourne Water deliver our water and sewerage capital works program.
Co-design of a 10 year Healthy waterways strategy for the Maribyrnong catchment.
The Maribyrnong River Main (MRM) carries sewage from six major City West Water catchment areas to the Western Treatment Plant. To protect the integrity of the pipe and reduce the risk of the sewer failing in the future, Melbourne Water needs to reline this sewer main.
Melbourne Water is upgrading a section of the Maroondah Aqueduct between Gulf Road, Yarra Glen and Pauls Lane, Dixon Creek as it is nearing the end of its service life. The new pipeline will have a 150-year service life and replaces the existing aqueduct.