Veolia to renew water mains in Northern Victoria
Veolia Water Technologies Australia has won a contract with Goulburn Valley Water in Northern Victoria, for the renewal of water mains over a three-year period. Having recently delivered two successful water and sewer infrastructure projects for Goulburn Valley Water, Veolia expects to strengthen the partnership between the two organisations with this contract.
“With our rich expertise in trenchless technology and local knowledge, we are able to provide the most suitable solution to address and minimise the concerns of the community and client,” said Ziad Bushnaq, Market Development Manager, Veolia Water Technologies Australia. “These works will assist Goulburn Valley Water in managing the standard of water services delivered to the community, including quality and continuous supply. Through the technology proposed, any impact on the environment will also be reduced for the duration of the project.”
In addition to the renewal of water mains, Veolia will also work together with Goulburn Valley Water on its valve insertion program, which will help to reduce the effects of future water main failures throughout the region.
“Veolia and Goulburn Valley Water have developed a good working relationship on recent water and sewer infrastructure projects, and we look forward to continuing to grow this relationship by working together on our water main renewal projects over the next three years,” said Tyson Coombes, Project Engineer of Goulburn Valley Water.
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