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  1. Innovations showcased at the Asia Pacific Cities Summit

    8 Jul 2019 13:00

    Three Queensland Urban Utilities ground-breaking innovations are on show at this week’s 2019 Asia Pacific Cities Summit (2019APCS).

  2. Local H20 on show at the Winter Harvest Festival

    1 Jul 2019 15:15

    Queensland Urban Utilities is encouraging Winter Harvest Festival goers to wash down their tasty treats with some fresh, local tap water.

  3. $22 million upgrade to Rochedale water network

    26 Jun 2019 15:41

    Queensland Urban Utilities has begun work on a $22 million upgrade to the local water network in Rochedale.

  4. Queensland Urban Utilities announces 2019/20 prices

    6 Jun 2019 11:47

    Queensland Urban Utilities has announced its component of the average* residential water and sewerage bill in Brisbane will increase by 2.5 per cent or $5.44 per quarter in 2019/20 (42c per week).

  5. Keeping Green Heart Fair-goers hydrated

    29 May 2019 14:47

    Green Heart Fair-goers are encouraged to stop by the Queensland Urban Utilities Water and Chill Out Zone this Sunday.

  6. Smart water meters put to the test in SEQ schools

    28 May 2019 12:50

    Queensland Urban Utilities has launched its school water conservation program, trialling digital smart meters in 15 schools across its service region.

  7. Innovative project model pays dividends at Queensland Urban Utilities

    16 May 2019 14:36

    An industry-leading approach to portfolio planning and capital delivery, focused on innovation and collaboration, is delivering efficiency gains and driving down the cost of capital projects at Queensland Urban Utilities.

  8. The drinks are on us at the Mother’s Day Classic

    10 May 2019 15:03

    Queensland Urban Utilities will be keeping everyone hydrated at the Mother’s Day Classic this Sunday, May 12 (Mother’s Day) at South Bank Parklands.

  9. Queensland Urban Utilities asks Ipswich kids “What’s a No. 3?”

    9 Apr 2019 15:11

    We all know what a No. 1 and a No. 2 is, but Queensland Urban Utilities will be asking Ipswich kids, “What’s a No. 3?”

  10. Simpler bills to help Lockyer Valley and Somerset residents flush out savings

    1 Apr 2019 15:50

    Queensland Urban Utilities is making it simpler for Lockyer Valley and Somerset customers to track their water usage and detect leaks sooner, enabling them to save water and money.