|Queensland Manufactured Water Authority|
|Statutory authority overview|
|Jurisdiction||South East Queensland|
|Headquarters||Level 2, 95 North Quay, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia|
|Motto||A new source of pure water|
|Statutory authority executive||
|Parent department||Department of Energy and Water Supply|
WaterSecure, the trading name of the Queensland Manufactured Water Authority, was a statutory authority of the Government of Queensland which supplied water to the South East Queensland region of Australia through its desalination plant and a water recycling scheme, the Western Corridor Recycled Water scheme. WaterSecure was merged with Seqwater on 1 July 2011.
Function and activities
The Gold Coast Desalination Plant was the first large-scale desalination plant on Australia's eastern seaboard. The plant has the capacity to supply up to 125 megalitres a day of drinking water (45 GL/year).
- Queensland Water Commission
- Seawater desalination in Australia
- Water security in Australia
- Water supply and sanitation in Australia
- South East Queensland Water (Restructuring) Regulation 2011 See Part 4 and commencement date in Endnote 5.
- Water recycling project wins prestigious environment award. Media Release.
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