Oberon's Water Treatment Plant

In December 2001, commissioning of Oberon's Water Treatment Plant commenced.

In May 2002, then Mayor, Councillor R. L. Hooper, opened Oberon's water treatment plant. 

The construction of the plant was funded by Oberon water consumers (60%) and the Department of Land and Water Conservation (40%).  The plant cost $2.2 million. 

The microfiltration process to treat the water involves the water being drawn through spaghetti like strands which filter out impurities. 

The plant can produce 6.5 ML per day.

Contact Details

Oberon Council Engineering Department