Recycled water for Armstrong Creek and Torquay North

We have invested around $150 million in water, sewage and recycled water infrastructure in Armstrong Creek and Torquay North.

Armstrong Creek from the air. Corio Bay can be seen to the left, Bass Strait to the right.

Armstrong Creek residents have access to recycled water on tap.


Recycled water

Residents in the Armstrong Creek and Torquay North estates have a dedicated ‘purple pipe’ delivering Class A recycled water for flushing their toilets, washing their cars and watering their gardens.

Recycled water is also used for irrigating local public spaces and sporting grounds.

The use of recycled water at Armstrong Creek and Torquay North is expected to save more 2,700 million litres of drinking water a year, once all homes and businesses are built and connected.  

Not what you’re looking for?

Information on recycled water is arranged on this site by audience. If you are a resident connected to Class A recycled water see the Recycled water for residential customers page. If you are a plumber looking for technical information, please see the information for plumbers section. For general information on recycled water, check out our learning centre.

  Recycled water (Class A) for residential customers

  Recycled water (Class C) for business customers

  Recycled water: information for plumbers

  Learning centre: general information on recycled water