Recycled Water Rising Main Construction Update

>Recycled Water Rising Main Construction Update

Recycled Water Rising Main Construction Update

Construction of the Recycled Water Rising Main pipeline has commenced under Phase 2 of the Parkes Recycled Water Scheme. The works will also include the construction of pump stations and a reservoir. The purple-pipeline scheme will deliver high quality recycled water to irrigate selected parks and sporting fields around town.


Underboring works will be undertaken at the Nash Street rail crossing, on the western entrance to Harrison Park. Works will be scheduled in June.

Roads will remain open during these works, however variable speed limits will be enforced. Please allow for delays if travelling past Harrison Park, and follow instructions from traffic controllers.


  • Nash Street near Field Road - ongoing activity for the construction of the Recycled Water Reservoir and Pump Station
  • Renshaw McGirr Way near the cemetery - ongoing activity for the construction of the Recycled Water Pump Station
  • Eugowra Road at Henry Parkes Way - preliminary works for rehabilitation of the vacant block

Hydrostatic testing will be completed along the pipeline routes in the coming weeks. Any disruptions will be localised and for short duration. Traffic controllers will direct motorists as required.


Below is the map of current RWRM construction sites.  Residents who will be directly impacted by construction will be notified at least two weeks ahead of construction moving into their area.

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If you have any enquires regarding the new RWRM, please contact Council's Project Management Office on
02 6861 2305 or email


For more information about the RWRM, click here

2019-07-08T16:58:43+10:00June 7th, 2019|Public Notices|

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