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LPSC SET TO BEGIN ON QUIPOLLY WATER PROJECT

The Liverpool Plains are just two years away from being totally drought-proof.

On Wednesday, council will officially mark the start of the Quipolly Water Project.

While planning has been underway for months, council is set to begin soil testing and geo-technical work for a pipeline which will connect Werris Creek and Qurindi to Quipolly Dam.

The $27-million project will also see a new water treatment plant built at Werris Creek – all due to be completed in 20-20.

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