Treated water released into the Campaspe River from the Kyneton Water Reclamation Plant is meeting all regulator conditions, Coliban Water says.
In an update to landowners, Coliban Water said the plant was operating normally and an ultraviolet disinfection unit that had experienced a fault in October had been replaced and was working.
Treated water released into the river was meeting all Environmental Protection Authority requirements and dilution ratio conditions, Coliban said.
In the past 12 years, Coliban Water made several treated water releases into the Campaspe River and Snipes Creek that were non-compliant with its licence, because the plant was unable to store the water.
Aerators will be installed in the plant's lagoons to increase capacity.
Coliban Water will also install another gauging station to measure flow in the Campaspe River, which is expected to be commissioned by the end of the year, and will provide the data to landholders.
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