GWMWater is hosting a series of drop-in information sessions at the Goroke Library following the completion of the first stage of the Goroke Sewerage Scheme.
Customer connections are now available to the new system, which will transfer waste water from existing septic tanks to a treatment facility.
The information sessions will help customers with the connection process, assist with applications for subsidies, and answer questions about the service.
GWMWater Managing Director Mark Williams said the Goroke Sewerage Scheme would enhance the liveability of the town, benefiting both public health and the environment.
"Prior to the expected completion of the Goroke Wastewater Treatment Plant in March 2022, GWMWater has arranged for wastewater to be carted to our Horsham wastewater treatment facility," he said.
"As a result, customers within Stage 1 can now arrange connection to the new sewerage system. We have posted some information to customers which outlines the steps involved with connection for customers and their nominated plumber."
The sessions will be held at the Goroke Library on Tuesday, November 23, from 9am to 12pm and Wednesday, November 24, from 4pm to 7pm.
If customers are unable to attend the sessions but have questions about the new service, they can call the Customer Service Centre during business hours on 1300 659 961.
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