Urban Utilities is urging residents not to flush disposable face masks down the loo after several have been found in the south-east Queensland wastewater network during lockdown.Urban Utilities
In an Australian-first, homegrown ‘superbugs’ are being used to treat Queenslanders’ wastewater as part of a new green technology being unveiled by Urban Utilities.
Urban Utilities is continuing to support one of the nation’s fastest growing cities, with a $30 million Ipswich project marking a significant milestone.Construction has finished on a major
Urban Utilities has launched Australia's first poo-powered SUV, expanding its fleet of cars fuelled by electricity generated by human waste.Aptly named 'Number 2', the new SUV - a Hyundai Kona
In good news for the region's koala population, a new four-hectare blue gum forest planted by Urban Utilities in the Lockyer Valley is thriving despite a tough start in life.Cameron Jackson from Urban
Urban Utilities' component of the average* residential water and sewerage bill in Brisbane will increase by 1.3 per cent or $3.06 per quarter from October 1, 2021 (23c per week).This is separate to
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