Water is a precious resource, yet we have traditionally used it once and disposed of it through our sewage treatment plants. There are many activities that do not require drinking quality water and could use recycled water (e.g. irrigation and toilet flushing). By using recycled water that is treated for its intended use, less water from the potable (drinking) system is needed. As part of an integrated water management solution, water recycling is an important way to help preserve our drinking water supplies. This publication presents a case study of a sewer mining facility at the famous cricket ground in Melbourne, Australia.