Info night for sewerage plant

THE Iluka sewerage reticulation construction contractor, Ledonne Constructions, will hold a Community Information Evening on Tuesday July 19 between 3pm and 8pm at the Spenser Street Community Hall Iluka to enable residents to view the proposed equipment to be installed, and to chat to their staff about installation techniques, procedures and proposed construction timeframes.

Staff from Ledonne’s specialist designer, Pressure Sewer Solution, plan to visit each Iluka property to discuss the location of the new pressure sewer pump unit, discharge piping and electrical work. 

Staff will be available to meet with Iluka property owners between Monday July 18 and Friday September 9. 

The meetings will normally take about 30 minutes, and can be on weekends or after business hours if required.  Iluka property owners should already have received a letter regarding the visits, and can make appointments either by calling 1800 178 978 or attending the information evening.

Clarence Valley Mayor Richie Williamson said, the Iluka sewerage reticulation was the second of three contracts for the Iluka scheme.

“It is currently planned for Ledonne to start off property pipework construction in late September 2011, and it is anticipated that ‘on property’ works will commence in late October 2011.  Properties will be permitted to connect to sewerage when the scheme is completed, which is currently scheduled for January 2013,” he said.

“I would like to acknowledge the financial assistance provided from the NSW State Government through its Country Towns Water Supply and Sewerage Scheme for this project,” Cr Williamson concluded.



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