Oxley Creek STP
The $30 million Oxley Creek Sewage Treatment Plant flood recovery project is a response to damage sustained from the 2011 Brisbane floods.
Queensland Urban Utilities second largest sewage treatment plant in Oxley Creek serving 300,000 people, and commissioned Mondalephous Engineering to upgrade the plant and to protect it against floods
Most of the mechanical and electrical equipment, including 30 pumps, had to be replaced after two metres of water swept through the facility.”
Suburbs in the catchment area include Toowong, Kenmore, Chapel Hill, Jindalee, Mount Ommaney, Algester, Inala, Durack and Darra.
Another benefit of the project is that the capacity of the plant will be increased from 53ML of sewage per day to 65ML will help cater for the growing population in the western suburbs of Brisbane.
The Oxley Creek Sewage Treatment Plant flood recovery project was completed by mid-2016.