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TRILITY has recently been awarded
the contract for the installation of eight
water treatment plants, costing around
$13 million. This contract forms part
of TasWater’s Regional Towns Water
The work will be carried out in
conjunction with Hydramet, a member
of the TRILITY Group, which recently
opened a new office and warehouse
facility in Launceston, significantly
increasing its presence there and
reinforcing its commitment to the
Tasmanian water sector.
Hydramet will manufacture the
treatment plants in module form
at its Launceston base, and then
install them at Bronte Park, Conara,
Cornwall, Gladstone, Herrick, Mathinna,
Rossarden and Wayatinah.
Another recent success for TRILITY
is the signing of a three-year-plus
contract extension to provide services
to five Indigenous communities, located
approximately 1,000 kilometres north of
Cairns at the northern tip of Cape York,
known as the Northern Area Peninsula.
The work, which is usually
contracted every 12 months, involves
operating and maintaining a raw
water collection and transfer station, a
membrane water treatment plant and a
treated water distribution system.
Some 80 per cent of TRILITY
staff working on the project are local,
representing an important skilled
employment and training opportunity.
Established in 1991, TRILITY is
now working with statutory authorities
and companies around Australia to
upgrade and manage critical water
assets, design and construct water
infrastructure, and finance and own
water assets and projects.
Operating and maintaining more
than 41 plants and schemes, as well
as hundreds of kilometres of irrigation
pipeline networks across the country,
and Australia’s largest biosolids facility,
TRILITY is responsible for assets that
provide water to millions of Australians
in both urban and regional areas.
Led by Managing Director Francois
Gouws, TRILITY is also working to
transform ageing water infrastructure,
and leading the way in water recycling
‘At TRILITY, we’re passionate
about what we do – helping to
protect and direct our precious water
resources for Australia’s economic and
environmental future,’ says Gouws.
An Australian-run company with
strong international shareholders,
TRILITY brings with it outstanding
global expertise and a wealth of
local knowledge, developed over two
With some of its contracts
stretching back more than 20 years,
TRILITY maintains strong relationships
with water authorities, government
departments and industry bodies.
Indeed, this capacity to successfully
partner with government and industry
is reflected in its projects: 24 water
treatment and desalination plants;
15 wastewater treatment and re-use
plants/schemes; two irrigation schemes;
and Australia’s largest thermal biosolids
facility at Geelong, Victoria.
In South East Queensland,
TRILITY was selected to design, build,
Australia’s leading private water utility, TRILITY, is continuing its nationwide growth, with its latest
successes ranging from the far south to the far northern tip of the country. Securing such diverse
work in such varied locations is a clear testament to the company’s impressive capabilities.
Passionate about water
The new Launceston facility
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