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Sydney Water delivers essential and sustainable water services for the benefit of the community.

Desalination †facts

The water delivered to Sydney Water customers from the desalination plant is safe.

Fact 1: Water in the desalination plant goes through many stages of treatment before it gets to the tap. This includes screen

                                                                    “making it among the best in the world.
Fact 2: It is treated to meet Australian Drinking Water Guidelines â€

Fact 3: There is no E. coli in desalinated water. The water treatment process removes anything larger than a water molecule
are much bigger than a water molecule.

Fact 4: There are multiple final checks on quality of water from any source before the water enters the supply system.

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Annual Business Customer Awards

Congratulations to the winners of our Business Customer Awards:
BlueScope Steel
Swift Electroplaters
Merck Sharp & Dohme.

Learn more about the work our winners and finalists have been doing in sustainable water management.

We measure the volume of drinking water supplied each day from all our treatment plants. Read the report.

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 enefit of the community.

ts to the tap. This includes screening, pre-treatment and reverse osmosis.

est in the world.

hing larger than a water molecule. Bacteria such as E. coli and other bacteria

er enters the supply system.

. Read the report.

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