Two years since it began its maiden voyage under Brisbane’s south side, “Sewey”, the tunnel borer, has made it to the finish line.
Lowood and Fernvale’s new $20 million sewage treatment plant is taking shape, with work well underway on the site’s largest structure, the bioreactor.
In a Queensland first, two four-legged furry recruits will be used by Queensland Urban Utilities to sniff out hidden underground water leaks.
As Queensland’s storm season fast approaches, residents in the south east are reminded to store enough water to help them survive a natural disaster.While power is usually one of the first
Indooroopilly primary students are the latest schoolchildren to Turn to Tap as part of a joint venture between Queensland Urban Utilities and the Tangalooma EcoMarines, to protect and preserve the health of Moreton Bay.
Planning on planting this spring? Queensland Urban Utilities is urging green thumbs to do their homework to help prevent blockages in your household pipes and the sewerage network.
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