14 November, 2019 8:49
Marburg tanker filling station

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.

 

The changes will be in place while Urban Utilities undertakes maintenance works on the local water network until Friday, December 20.

 

During the works, the station’s 25mm outlet will operate at a reduced flow rate of 3 litres per second, so it may take longer than usual to fill containers. The 75mm outlet will be temporarily closed.

 

The Marburg tanker filling station is located across the road from 136-144 Queen Street, Marburg.

 

Alternative tanker filling stations are located at:

  • 780 Lowood-Minden Rd, Minden (opposite Oscar Rd)
  • Cnr Forest Hill-Fernvale Rd and Rifle Range Rd, Lowood
  • 51 Fairway Drive, Hatton Vale
  • 527 Karrabin Rosewood Rd, Walloon
  • 59 John Street, Rosewood.

For a full list of tanker filling stations in the area, visit www.urbanutilities.com.au/residential/help-and-advice/tanker-filling-stations

 

We thank the community for its patience and apologise for the inconvenience while we undertake these works.

 

For more information, contact Urban Utilities on 13 26 57 (8am to 6pm weekdays).


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.