Melbourne Water is pleased to advise that works to upgrade a section of the sewer along Beach Road, Sandringham are now complete. The section of sewer was constructed in 1909 and works will keep this vital asset functioning well in the future.
As part of the Urban Cooling Program, planting of trees and shrubs along paths in Edithvale Wetlands will be taking place during May and June.
As part of the Urban Cooling Program 2021, planting work along shared pathways to provide shade and protect frog habitats in the Jacana Wetlands will be taking place in May and June.
Melbourne Water is replacing Shakespeare Grove stormwater outfall to make it safe for the public and ensure it continues to reduce the risk of flooding to surrounding suburbs for many more years to come.
From mid-March 2018, John Holland-KBR Joint Venture (JH-KBR JV) will deliver upgrade works to the Skye Road Retarding Basin at Frankston, on behalf of Melbourne Water. The upgrade works will ensure the retarding basin continues to reduce the risk of flooding to the community.
Melbourne Water has released an Expression of Interest (EOI) as part of a plan to develop a new solar farm at the Eastern Treatment Plant (ETP) in Bangholme.
As part of the Victorian Government’s commitment to reach the 2050 emissions reduction target, Melbourne Water is planning to construct two solar farms in Christmas Hills.