Tamworth council looks to state government to fund $75 million reverse osmosis plant for city business

Andrew Messenger
By Andrew Messenger
Updated April 27 2022 - 7:33am, first published 7:30am
WATER FIX: Director Water and Waste Bruce Logan and Tamworth mayor Russell Webb said the plant wouldn't recycle human waste or produce drinking water, just industrial water. Photo: Peter Hardin

Tamworth council has turned to the state government to fund a $75 million water treatment plant which they hope will improve water security for the city's multi-million dollar abattoir sector.

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Andrew Messenger

Andrew Messenger

Northern Daily Leader journalist

Politics, environment and energy journalist at the Northern Daily Leader. I also write about health, bushfires and occasionally music. I'm a Brisbane boy by way of Charleville and Hobart who now lives in in beautiful New England. Get me at andrew.messenger@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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