Expressions of interest are invited for the safe removal of all wood remaining at the Koorlong Wastewater Treatment Plant.
In 1993 nearly 100ha of plantations were established using four hardwood species — flooded gum (Eucalyptus grandis), red gum (E camaldulensis), flat-topped yate (E occidentalis) and swamp oak (Casuarina glauca). In 2012 all wastewater irrigation was stopped to the plantations.
LMW is seeking an expression of interest from contractors to fell and collect wood at Koorlong plantation; and for the cost to undertake this work be offset against the value of the wood.
LMW requires the project to be completed by 5pm Friday 16 December 2022.
Interested parties can download an information pack and expression of interest form below.
The expression of interest form is due on Friday 15 July at 5pm.