Clyde's Wastewater Upgrade
A new reticulated wastewater system will replace Clyde's existing system which relies on septic tanks and disposal fields. The upgraded system will meet environmental and resource consent requirements, significantly improving the quality of Clyde's urban wastewater discharges.
Importantly, it will provide the Clyde community with an environmentally safe wastewater system that will bring significant environmental, health and well-being benefits for decades to come.
The project is being completed in three stages. The first stage is the installation of the new reticulated system in the central Clyde area in 2020-22, while two further stages which cover the remainder of the town are scheduled for 2028-33 and 2038-43.
Download the map below to view a detailed map of Stage 1 of the Clyde Wastewater Reticulation project.
Although physical construction works to install the new wastewater system in the central Clyde area were scheduled to begin in autumn 2020, this has been delayed due to COVID-19.
Stage 1 will include installing a wastewater pipeline, a pump station and the new reticulated wastewater system for central Clyde.
Construction of the wastewater pipeline that will carry Clyde's wastewater from the town's new reticulated wastewater system to the Alexandra wastewater treatment station is close to completion.