09 Dec 2019
From Tuesday 10 December 2019, Level 2 Water Restrictions for potable (drinkable) water come into force across Sydney, and as a result the way water is used throughout Sydney Olympic Park is changing.
Most of the water utilised in the public domain of Sydney Olympic Park is recycled water, which is exempt from the restrictions. However Sydney Olympic Park Authority recognises the importance of conserving this valuable resource, and from 10 December a number of changes will be introduced to water-use practices in the Park:
Environmental sustainability is one of the key priorities of Sydney Olympic Park Authority and the changes to water usage will be reviewed over the coming months to ensure water is being managed appropriately within the Park.
More information about water management at Sydney Olympic park, including the Park’s world-class water recycling scheme (known as WRAMS) is available on the Water and Catchments page of the Sydney Olympic Park Authority website.