Come behind the scenes on Monday, 15 May and see how Sydney Water uses the latest technology to treat wastewater and keep the rivers and beaches clean. The Cronulla Wastewater Treatment Plant treats over 50 million litres of wastewater every day in a rapidly growing community. Learn how they’re managing odour, re-using by-products, and turning waste into energy. You’ll see their exciting new Food Waste to Energy Project, the first of its scale in Australia. They’ll also show you how they’re using fruit and vegetable waste from local businesses to help produce enough renewable energy to supply over 60% of the plant’s energy.
All participants must wear sturdy, fully enclosed, flat soled shoes (no open shoes such as sandals, thongs or ballet flats). It is strongly recommended that participants wear long sleeves and long pants, well-fitting hats and sunscreen. Participants must be physically able to climb stairs, walk at heights and on uneven surfaces for up to one hour. The tour is outdoors with very little shade
Read more about the Cronulla WWTP