8 February, 2020 13:48
Crews responding to faults and emergencies

All inbound lanes of the Centenary Highway at Jindalee and the Sinnamon Rd onramp have reopened.

Urban Utilities crews worked through to the early hours of this morning to repair a break in a sewer pipe under the highway and the road restoration is now complete.   

We sincerely thank commuters and the community for its patience during this emergency work.

The cause of the break is being investigated, and an engineering assessment of the pipe will be carried out to determine whether further works are required.

Clean-up activities to an overflow which occurred by the side of the highway are scheduled to begin shortly.

We have reported the incident to the Department of Environment and Science.

For more information visit urbanutilities.com.au or phone our faults and emergencies number 13 23 64 or follow us on Facebook or Twitter.


About Queensland Urban Utilities
Established on July 1, 2010, Queensland Urban Utilities is one of the largest water distributor-retailers in Australia, providing water and sewerage services to more than 1.4 million residents across Brisbane, Ipswich, Lockyer Valley, Scenic Rim and Somerset local authority areas. We are upgrading and improving the reliability of our infrastructure by investing $2.76 billion in a 10-year capital works program. Our service territory covers 14,384 square kilometres and we employ around 1,100 people.