During this pilot ozone combined with ceramic membranes to treat secondary effluent was trialed at Eastern Treatment Plant (ETP), Melbourne. The overall objective of this project, funded primarily by the Australian Water Recycling Centre of Excellence, is to demonstrate the performance and cost benefits of ceramic membranes to treat water containing high organic matter typical of secondary effluent. This work performed in 2012 and 2013 supports the performance benefits proposed by ceramic membranes in conjunction with ozone. High fluxes, and/or reduced chemical usage and enhanced total disinfection are unique features which would have benefits to waste water recycling. A costing study was completed by late 2013 to quantify these benefits for water recycling in Australia leading ultimately to the follow up at WaterCorp.