The 12 hectare system captures and reuses water from the Sturt River that would otherwise be discharged downstream. A comprehensive wetland treatment stream in in place to treat the harvested water to comply with license conditions for injection into the deep aquifer below the site.

This case study is part of the paper Integrated water management: Principles and best practice for water utilities.

Contributed by: Glynn Ricketts, City of Marion and Melissa Bradley, Water Sensitive SA


AuthorWater Services Association of Australia
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