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  1. Temporary changes to Marburg tanker filling station

    14 Nov 2019 08:49

    Urban Utilities is advising local residents the tanker filling station at Marburg will operate at reduced service from Monday, November 18, for up to five weeks.

  2. Warning to green thumbs – beware of thirsty tree roots

    29 Oct 2019 14:56

    As the prolonged dry conditions continue, Urban Utilities is issuing a warning to spring gardeners, tree roots are on the move and thirsty!

  3. Grants for school dunny do-overs

    25 Oct 2019 14:33

    Urban Utilities has launched its ‘Rock the Toilet Block’ project to help students turn their school toilets from drab to fab.

  4. New koala habitat planted in the Lockyer Valley

    16 Oct 2019 14:11

    Local koalas will be able to make themselves at home in 1,600 native trees being planted by Urban Utilities this week in the Lockyer Valley.

  5. Don't forget to include water in your emergency kit

    16 Oct 2019 14:04

    As storm season approaches, residents in the south east are reminded to store enough water in their emergency kit in case of extreme summer weather.

  6. Water wise tips to help your garden beat the big dry

    10 Oct 2019 15:02

    With the prolonged dry conditions continuing, Urban Utilities is dishing up water wise tips on how to get your garden blooming again.

  7. Makeover time for Gatton sewer pipes

    9 Oct 2019 17:22

    Urban Utilities will begin work in Gatton later this month, as part of a $135,000 project to upgrade sewer pipes in the region.

  8. Hive of activity in water meter boxes

    2 Sep 2019 11:21

    Queensland Urban Utilities has issued a springtime warning that bees are on the swarm and could be headed to a water meter box near you.

  9. New research to transform regional sewage treatment

    12 Aug 2019 14:56

    Regional communities could benefit from a $5.2 million research project to transform sewage treatment in regional and rural areas using a clean, green eating machine – algae.

  10. Fill up for free at the Ekka

    12 Aug 2019 14:29

    Visitors to the Ekka will be able to fill up their reusable water bottles for free at Queensland Urban Utilities’ new hydration van.