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.
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
Urban Utilities is calling on Queenslanders to challenge themselves these school holidays to see how much water they can save in the home and garden.While the Easter deluge and heavy March falls
Urban Utilities is marking an exciting milestone as part of a $45 million upgrade to the Somerset sewerage network which will help future-proof the growing region.Urban Utilities project manager
Urban Utilities has announced water restrictions in the Scenic Rim are being lifted from Wednesday, March 31, following recent rain.Medium-level restrictions had been in place Beaudesert, Boonah
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