Govt signals funding package for three waters projects

Gavin Evans
Wed, 01 Jul 2020

Gavin Evans
Wed, 01 Jul 2020
The government looks close to announcing a major funding package for councils planning water upgrades after separating those from the $2.6 billion of grants and loans it announced today for ‘shovel-ready' infrastructure work.The projects announced today include some climate-related water projects and catchment works such as stop bank upgrades. But the package doesn’t generally include projects dealing with ‘the three waters” of fresh water supply, storm water or wastewater treatment.“In terms of three wate...
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