Cleveland Bay Recycled Water Treatment Facility
Client: Townsville City Council
Role: Project Management & Superintendency – Inspection and Verification Service
Townsville City Council’s Recycled Water Project is a multi-million dollar investment to build the Recycled Water Treatment Facility (RWTF) and approximately 7km of supporting pipeline infrastructure, to support future hydrogen production operations and secure future industry and jobs for Townsville.
Following detailed design, construction has now commenced on the project. Activities begun in November 2022 with earthmoving equipment mobilised to the pipeline installation location adjacent to the Townsville Port Access Road.
The new facility at the Cleveland Bay Wastewater Treatment Plant is expected to be operational mid-late 2024, producing up to 15ML/day of water for industrial and irrigation users and supplementing potable water usage.
PDM’s involvement includes Project Management & Superintendency along with Inspectorial Services.