Seqwater explains: Decentralised schemes – a water source option


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Seqwater explains: Decentralised schemes - a water source option

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  Last updated July 31, 2017 at 4:42 pm

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Our water can come from a range of sources.


Decentralised schemes collect water from local sources and treat it to be fit-for-purpose, such as watering sports fields. These schemes take pressure off the bulk drinking water supply.


No single water supply option can meet South East Queensland’s long-term water security needs. As a community, we need to consider our demand for water, the water supply options available to us and the way we operate the SEQ Water Grid.


For more info, visit www.seqwater.com.au/waterforlife



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