Urban Utilities’ water and sewerage prices will increase by 3 per cent from July 1, which will add $6.95 per quarter to the average residential bill in Brisbane and $7.15 per quarter in Ipswich
Urban Utilities has welcomed a new Australian-first standard for what can and can’t be flushed down the loo which will help avoid costly blockages in household pipes and fight dreaded ‘
In an Australian-first, Urban Utilities has used new robot-delivered technology as part of a project to upgrade essential water infrastructure in Somerset.The project involved upgrading a 90-metre
It’s Brisbane as you’ve never seen it before - for the first time in the busy Queen Street Mall, state-of-the-art technology is offering residents an x-ray view beneath the city streets.
Urban Utilities Chair, Bronwyn Morris AM, is delighted to announce that the Board of Urban Utilities has appointed Paul Arnold to the position of Chief Executive Officer from September 1, 2022.
Urban Utilities in South East Queensland has announced it will commit to reaching Net Zero carbon emissions by the time Brisbane hosts the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games.As part of its commitment
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