Works on a recycled water network that will assist in creating green spaces to energise Isaac communities has started in Dysart, Middlemount and Moranbah.
The $5.675 million flagship project, co-funded by Isaac Regional Council and the Queensland Government, will provide essential service upgrades to support communities’ liveability, regional growth and development.
The program is part of a proactive step in reducing the reliance on potable water for irrigation and greening open spaces.
This investment in critical regional infrastructure demonstrates Council’s and the State Government’s commitment to sustainable regional resource communities.
This project is critical in ensuring Moranbah, Middlemount and Dysart can better manage demand for recycled water use to serve the regional community, mining sector and supporting industries.
The Queensland Government has contributed $3.405 million to the project with Council contributing the remaining $2.270 million.
The Isaac Regional Water Recycling Program is a joint initiative of Isaac Regional Council and the Queensland Government under the Local Government Grants and Subsidies Program.
Proudly funded by the Queensland Government
in Association with Isaac Regional Council