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  1. 1-tonne rag ball heaved from sewer network

    1 Jun 2020 14:59

    A monster rag ball, weighing the equivalent of a small car, has been removed from Urban Utilities’ Bundamba Sewage Treatment Plant.

  2. Scenic Rim residents reminded to save water

    29 May 2020 16:50

    As we enter the winter dry season, Urban Utilities is reminding Scenic Rim residents to save water.

  3. Canungra community encouraged to save water

    11 May 2020 12:32

    As the mercury drops and the dry season takes hold, Urban Utilities is encouraging Canungra residents to continue their water saving efforts.

  4. Keep a safe distance from essential workers

    27 Apr 2020 12:11

    Urban Utilities is calling on the community to keep a safe distance from crews carrying out essential works during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  5. New signage in Woolies to only flush toilet paper

    22 Apr 2020 14:00

    Urban Utilities has welcomed new signage in Woolworths supermarkets reminding people to only flush toilet paper during the ongoing shortage.

  6. 'Poonami' of wipes hits our pipes

    20 Mar 2020 14:15

    Toilet paper remains the hottest ticket in town and it’s causing problems not just in the sewer network, but in household pipes too.

  7. Water restrictions eased in the Scenic Rim

    9 Mar 2020 10:00

    Urban Utilities has announced water restrictions in the Scenic Rim will be eased from high-level to medium-level on Monday, March 16, after the recent rain.

  8. Pipe project complete in Somerset Dam township

    6 Mar 2020 10:36

    Urban Utilities has completed a $370,000 project to upgrade water pipes in the Somerset Dam township.

  9. Don’t let toilet paper panic cause problems in your pipes

    4 Mar 2020 16:00

    With toilet paper disappearing from some supermarket shelves, Urban Utilities is issuing a timely reminder to only flush the Three Ps – pee, poo and paper.

  10. Snakes slithering into city's sewers

    4 Mar 2020 12:00

    Snakes are on the move in our city’s sewers, with Urban Utilities retrieving five slippery customers from its network in Brisbane and Ipswich after the recent rain.