Overview

Hunter Water Corporation is a New South Wales state-owned corporation, that derives its revenue from the distribution and preservation of water, the provision of sewerage facilities, and the construction, control, and maintenance of stormwater channels. Hunter Water Corporation employs approximately 460 staff and operates solely in New South Wales. Hunter Water Corporation is administered by its head office in Newcastle. 

The Hunter Water Corporation's core business involves the distribution and management of mains water, collection, treatment, and disposal of wastewater, and the management and maintenance of stormwater drainage in the lower Hunter Region.

The corporation owns and operates the following drinking water catchments:

  • Grahamstown Dam
  • Chichester Dam
  • Tomago Sandbeds
  • Tomaree Sandbeds
  • Williams River
  • The Paterson River and The Alyn River

The corporation also operates the following wastewater treatment plants:

  • Grahamstown Water Treatment Plant
  • Dungog Water Treatment Plant
  • Lemon Tree Passage Water Treatment Plant
  • Anna Bay Water Treatment Plant
  • Nelson Bay Water Treatment Plant
  • Gresford Water Treatment Plant

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