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Water sustainability is a key issue for the project and one receiving considerable attention in planning and engineering. 

Burke Urban are working closely with the Rural City of Murray Bridge (RCMB) and Regional Development Australia on an Integrated Water Management Plan (IWMP) that has wide ranging benefits for the whole of the Rural City and the immediate region including the Gifford Hill project. All facets of the water cycle including rainwater, potable water, ground water and recycled water are being assessed as part to this IWMP.

The RCMB and Burke Urban have held preliminary discussions with the Department of Water on implementing even greater levels of Water Sensitive Urban Design principles.

Together with the RCMB, the Gifford Hill developers are representatives on the SA Water Reference Group for the proposed new Waste Water Treatment Plant. A key objective is to examine the current water cycles of major water users and determine the most sustainable use of the recycled water generated by the Waste Water Plant.

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SA Water Murray Bridge Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade PDF 692 KB 02 May 2011