Urban Utilities is urging South East Queensland residents to be mindful of how much water they’re using outdoors following an increase in water usage as the weather warms up and dam levels
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
As Spring sets in, Canungra residents are advised flows in the town’s water source, Canungra Creek, have dropped below 15 megalitres per day.Seqwater and Urban Utilities have a joint plan to
Urban Utilities has welcomed a game-changing breakthrough in the war against sewer-clogging wet wipe blockages as Australia’s first draft National Standard for products labelled ‘flushable’ is unveiled.
After leading the transformation of Urban Utilities into one of the world’s leading water authorities, CEO Louise Dudley is set to conclude 10 successful years at the helm in August 2022.
Urban Utilities is urging South East Queenslanders to step up their water saving efforts as Wivenhoe Dam drops to 41.3 per cent, close to its lowest level since the Millennium Drought.The call comes
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