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24 February 2012
Construction works along Albion Street, Kyabram, will soon be underway to improve the reliability of the sewer main servicing Goulburn Valley Water (GVW) customers in the area.
GVW District Manager, Mr Neville Whittaker, said more than 145 metres of aging sewer main will be replaced over a period of two weeks.
“Customers can expect the normal service to be available throughout construction unless specifically advised”, Mr Whittaker said.
“However, we do anticipate some minor inconvenience regarding traffic given the new main will run parallel to Albion Street so we ask that residents remain vigilant when driving in the area,” he said.
Civil engineering contractors, Infratec, have been engaged to undertake the works.
Overall, these $40,000 pipeline works will improve the reliability of the sewer main. “Completion of the works is anticipated by early March 2012,” Mr Whittaker said.
For more information please contact Michaela Sargeant on 5832 0471 or email@example.com.