Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the regulations governing gatherings of people and restrictions on potential meeting venues, the forum is now being held online via Microsoft Teams - Please contact Rose to register as an I&AP and recieve the meeting details. . 


The Central Waste Water Treatment Works (CWWTW) discharge monitoring forum is a platform through which the community, authorities, industry and local environmental groups are able to engage on issues regarding the CWWTW coastal waters discharge permit.

The forum ensures that regular reporting to the stakeholders provides an opportunity for monitoring of the outfall for compliance with the licence or permit, and that adverse impacts and pollution to the receiving environment are avoided and/or minimised within acceptable timeframes to acceptable standards. The forum also provides a platform to inform the authorities of concerns that may be raised during the licence period, and for active positive engagement around the concerns.

The Agenda, minutes and any important notices relevant to the forum and the stakeholders may be accessed here.

The Agenda for the next meeting is available at the following link: 200928_CWWTW_MonCom_Draft_Agenda_V1.pdf (202 KB)

The Minutes of our most recent meeting is available at the following link: 200303_CWWTW_MonCom_Minute_V4.pdf (313 KB)

The Terms of Reference as adopted are available: 200303_Adopted_CWWTW_EDMF_Draft_ToR.pdf (224 KB) 


CWWTW Presentation is available at the following link: Central_Wastewater_Works_Compliance_and_Incident_report_with_comments.pdf (342 KB)


[Note: We respectfully request that you do not distribute or share the forum documents randomly. The context surrounding the presentations is as important as the presentations themselves. People who were not able to attend the meeting, or have never been, may not have either context or holistic understanding of the material presented.]


In the event you are unable to access any of the aforementioned documents please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.