Rosny Sewage Treatment Plant upgrade

Update August 2017

TasWater is planning upgrade and maintenance works to optimise the Rosny Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) which will ensure we continue to comply with Environment Protection Authority standards. Specific dates are yet to be confirmed but the work will be between September and October 2017 and will last for approximately three to four weeks and will take place between 7.30am and 4.30pm, Monday to Friday.

There will be some noise and odour at low levels during the work but we are making every effort to minimise the impact on nearby residents including implementing a number of measures to minimise odour as well as installing odour monitoring equipment.


About the project

The (STP) upgrade, now largely complete, has reduced odour pollution and improved sewage treatment standards.

In November 2014, a new odour control system was completed and commissioned, which allows TasWater to provide significantly better odour management at the Rosny plant.

As well as odour treatment, TasWater has completed grit system and inlet screen upgrade works. This work provides a long term solution to reduce pollution, improve sewage treatment standards and address odour issues at the plant.

TasWater, in collaboration with the Clarence City Council, completed landscaping at the site and this significantly improved the visual aspect of the treatment plant from Bastick Street.

For more information, please contact us.

Update August 2017

TasWater is planning upgrade and maintenance works to optimise the Rosny Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) which will ensure we continue to comply with Environment Protection Authority standards. Specific dates are yet to be confirmed but the work will be between September and October 2017 and will last for approximately three to four weeks and will take place between 7.30am and 4.30pm, Monday to Friday.

There will be some noise and odour at low levels during the work but we are making every effort to minimise the impact on nearby residents including implementing a number of measures to minimise odour as well as installing odour monitoring equipment.


About the project

The (STP) upgrade, now largely complete, has reduced odour pollution and improved sewage treatment standards.

In November 2014, a new odour control system was completed and commissioned, which allows TasWater to provide significantly better odour management at the Rosny plant.

As well as odour treatment, TasWater has completed grit system and inlet screen upgrade works. This work provides a long term solution to reduce pollution, improve sewage treatment standards and address odour issues at the plant.

TasWater, in collaboration with the Clarence City Council, completed landscaping at the site and this significantly improved the visual aspect of the treatment plant from Bastick Street.

For more information, please contact us.