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Ngong Ping Sewage Treatment Works

Introduction

Ngong Ping Sewage Treatment Works is the first tertiary sewage treatment plant in Hong Kong. It has been in operation since late 2005. The high quality effluent provides a good opportunity for effluent reuse.


Ngong Ping A newly-furnished information corner is located inside the plant. Public can visit the centre and get to know more about tertiary sewage treatment and the effluent reuse pilot scheme via various activities.

Fish Pond


NPSTW Fish Pond Reclaimed water is used in a fish pond for rearing aquarium fish.

Feature Article

"Hong Kong Discovery" magazine also published a feature article on sewage treatment in Hong Kong and Ngong Ping Sewage Treatment Works. For details, please refer to the following hyperlink:

HK Discovery Vol 71 Where has all the sewage gone


Details

Opening Hours of the Information Corner:

  • Tuesdays to Sundays : 10:00am – 12:30pm and 1:30pm – 4:30pm
  • Closed on Mondays and on the following public holidays: New Year Day, The First, Second and Third Day of the Chinese New Year, Good Friday, Christmas Day and Boxing Day

How to go: Travel by public transport to Ngong Ping, Lantau. The plant is right next to the Public Transport Interchange outside the Cable Car Terminal.

位於昂坪污水處理廠內 (昂坪纜車總站側)

 

For details of group visit application procedure, please click here.

For inquiries, please contact us at 2594 7140

Educational Pack

Remarks:

  1. Please note Tung Chung Road and South Lantau Road are restricted for vehicles with permit only.

  2. The department reserves the right to close the centre due to bad weather (e.g. Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal No.3 or above is hoisted, or Red / Black Rainstorm Warning is issued by Hong Kong Observatory) without advance notice.

 

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