Water Cart Hire in Midland, WA 6056

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7th August 2019

Water Cart Hire Rates & Prices Guide

What are typical Water Cart Hire Rates? Water Cart Hire Rates Water Cart (4,000 - 8000L) dry hire rate: $75 - $105 + GST Per Hour Water Cart (4,000 - 8000L) wet hire rate: $155 - $162 + GST Per Hour Water Cart (9,000 - 16,000L) dry hire rate: $85 - $120 + GST Per Hour Water Cart (9,000 - 16,000L) wet hire rate: $125 - $178 + GST Per Hour Water Cart (17,000 - 20,000L) dry hire rate: $112 - $130 + GST Per Hour Water Cart (17,000 - 20,000L) wet hire rate: $172 - $192 + GST Per Hour Water Cart (More than 20,000L) dry hire rate: $140 - $185 + GST Per Hour Water Cart (More than 20,000L) wet hire rate: $195 - $245 + GST Per Hour Nearly all Water Carts are priced exclusive of GST and based on an hourly rate. When looking for the best water cart hire rates, be sure to hire machines that are best meet the requirements for your job to minimise hire costs. While dry hire options are available and highly popular across large commercial sites, specialised licenses are required, making wet hire alternatives a great choice for local projects.

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9th July 2019

What is a Water Cart?

Water carts and water trucks are specialised water carrying vehicles used across a range of construction and mining activities. These water cartage vehicles are often used in mining, and usually for dust control. There are often a series of spray nozzles on these water trucks, which spray water, hydrating mines.

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18th December 2019

Downer, CPB Contractors Sign $1.25b Contract for METRONET Project

The latest METRONET construction contract has been awarded to NEWest Alliance - a collaboration of CPB Contractors and Downer. The $1.25 billion contract signed yesterday will extend Perth’s rail network 32 kilometres and is the biggest passenger rail expansion in Western Australia since the Mandurah Line’s 70km contract in 2004. The NEWest alliance will construct the Thornlie-Cockburn link and Yanchep Rail extension, with both projects expected to support more than 3,000 jobs. The funding comes from a bundled contract arrangement by the Australian and Western Australian State governments.

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