Reviewing ‘Closed Loop’ Recycling Systems
As part of the Victorian Department of Health’s Review of the regulatory framework for alternative water supplies, CSIRO’s Water for a Healthy Country Flagship has been engaged to conduct a survey of ‘closed loop’ sewage and greywater recycling schemes in Victoria.
For the purposes of this project, ‘closed loop’ refers to any scheme, which has a design capacity of greater than 5,000L/day, that does not discharge recycled water to the environment (e.g. for irrigation).
The objective of the project is to gather detailed information on the current state of ‘closed loop’ water recycling schemes in Victoria, to assist the Department of Health in developing an effective framework for managing sewage and greywater recycling in Victoria. Participating in this research provides an opportunity to help shape the framework and build a better future for all Victorians.
Participate in this important project by completing a short survey. The survey will be open until Wednesday 21 March.
For more information about this project please contact:
Melissa Toifl - CSIRO
Ph: 03 9545 2805
Mob: 0408 593 786
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