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Residents invited to tour new $19 million treatment plant

COOROY and Pomona residents are invited to take part in a public tour of the newly upgraded Cooroy Sewage Treatment Plant on Friday February 8.

Unitywater extends the invitation to the community to mark the completion of the $19 million facility.

Unitywater CEO George Theo said the completion of the project would provide Cooroy with a modern sewerage system.

"We encourage interested residents to take part in a guided tour of the facility that will service the current and future population of Cooroy and Pomona."

Tours will be offered at the following times: 1pm, 2pm and 3pm.

Places are limited and bookings are essential.

Bookings must be received no later than Friday February 1 by emailing Renee Black at community@unitywater.com or phoning her direct on 5475 3768.

This event is sponsored by Monadelphous.

Topics:  cooroy, pomona, sewage, unitywater




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