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Network Infrastructure - Water & Sewer

Network Infrastructure - Water & Sewer

Details of SA Water’s requirements for the design and installation of water and sewer reticulation infrastructure are provided on the following pages. The requirements apply to both new, and modifications to existing, infrastructure.

The information is relevant for Consultant Engineers and Construction Contractors engaged in the design, construction and maintenance of SA Water reticulation assets.

SA Water’s requirements are based upon the Water Services Association of Australia (WSAA) Codes. WSAA acknowledges there are instances where Water Authorities may have specific requirements and allows Authorities to deviate from its Code. Where SA Water does vary from the WSAA Code, details of the alternative requirement are provided in SA Water’s Supplement (to the WSAA code).

SA Water's documentation is detailed for water and sewer applications and includes:

  • The relevant WSAA Codes are available from the WSAA website,
  • The SA Water Supplements to the WSAA Code,
  • SA Water Construction Drawings,
  • Engineering Standards (Technical Standards and Guidelines),
  • Authorised Products for use with each system.

Follow the below links for detailed requirements for the relevant systems:

Authorised Products

Products approved for use within SA Water’s reticulation systems are illustrated in documents for each System (refer above links to access product details for each system).

SA Water has a process for assessment and approval of new products. For more information on this and on these pages, please contact us via email at Reticulation Infrastructure Specialist

OR:

Phone: (08) 7424 2009

  • Major faults

  • Reported

  • Various suburbs
  • 15/03/2017
  • Water Quality
  • Some Adelaide Hills customers may notice changes in the taste and/or smell of their tap water, as we work hard to reduce the impact of an algal bloom in the Summit Reservoir.
    The algal bloom is causing a naturally occurring compound called geosmin, which can affect water taste and odour, but is harmless to health. The water remains safe to drink.
    We expect customers in the following areas may notice this change: Mount Barker, Balhannah, Oakbank, Verdun, Hahndorf, Heathfield, Stirling, Crafers, Lenswood, Lobethal, Woodside, Brukunga, Mount Torrens, Birdwood, Gumeracha, Kersbrook, Cudlee Creek, Wistow, Nairne, Littlehampton, Strathalbyn, Clayton, Milang, Langhorne Creek and Bridgewater.
    We have made changes to our treatment processes at the Summit Water Treatment Plant to reduce the level of geosmin in the water.    
    Our testing shows no algae has been detected in the network and it has been completely removed as part of our normal treatment process.
    If our customers have any questions or concerns, please contact us on 1300 SA WATER.
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  • Scheduled works

  • Underway
  • Rugby St
  • Dover Gardens
  • 26/03/2017
  • Supply Interruption
  • Estimated start time (water off): 28/03/2017 08:00 PM
    Estimated restore time (water back on): 29/03/2017 04:00 AM

    We’re committed to improving your services and are undertaking maintenance work in Dover Gardens. Water supply in the surrounding area may be impacted during the above times. Traffic restrictions may also apply.


  • See all scheduled works