Coramba and Nana Glen Drinking Water Supplies

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Coramba

About 240 households in Coramba are supplied with water from a high level reservoir located above the village.

Water from the Regional Water Supply Pipeline is disinfected and then pumped to the reservoir which stores about 0.45 megalitres of water.

The water from the Regional Water Supply Pipeline is being sourced from the Nymboida River, or is back-fed from Karangi Dam when water quality from Nymboida River deteriorates after heavy rain.

Coffs Harbour Water plans to connect the village of Coramba to the water supply from the DAFF Water Treatment Plant at Karangi, which also supplies all the drinking water for Coffs Harbour, by the end of 2014.

Nana Glen

To supply the residents of Nana Glen and Nana Glen Rail, water is pumped from the Orara River, clarified, filtered, disinfected and conditioned at the Nana Glen Water Treatment Plant.

The treated water is stored in two 0.5 megalitre reservoirs on site. It is then reticulated to approximately 145 households.