Australian outlets report on talks for a second Crystal Lagoon project in Australia30 August, 2017 / News
Australian outlets report on talks between Campbelltown local government and Crystal Lagoons, for the eventual construction of a $1.5 million crystal clear lagoon.
Talks are continuing in an effort to build Campbelltown’s very own beach and crystal clear lagoon. The crystal clear lagoon was first touted as part of a Western Sydney bid for the Commonwealth Games which would see Campbelltown host the beach volleyball event.
Shortly after the bid announcement, Labor Mayor George Brticevic confirmed that Campbelltown Council would seek to build the $1.5 million lagoon whether the bid was successful or not.
Cr Brticevic said council staff continued to negotiate with Crystal Lagoons, responsible for developing similar crystal clear lagoons around the world, to make Campbelltown’s very own beach a reality.
“Staff are scoping out a number of possible locations and have had contact with the company- We’re getting images made up for how it would look locally. It’s moving forward. I’m absolutely confident and determined that this will happen”, he said.
Cr Brticevic said the project was still in its early stages and potential locations could not yet be made public.
Crystal Lagoons is an international innovation company, founded by scientist Fernando Fischmann, which has developed a patent-protected technology that allows the construction and maintenance of unlimited-size crystal clear lagoons at very low costs.