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  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. Recycled water helps new runway prepare for take off

    28 Feb 2020 18:00

    When Brisbane’s New Runway opens later this year, more than 1.2 billion litres of recycled water will have been used in its construction.

  4. New water pipes for Beaudesert

    26 Feb 2020 09:42

    Urban Utilities is halfway through completing a $900,000 project to give water pipes in Beaudesert a makeover.

  5. Wet weather overflow at Wynnum

    14 Feb 2020 13:25

    Due to the recent storms and heavy rain, a wet weather sewage overflow has occurred at Wynnum into Moreton Bay.

  6. Sewer main repairs completed at Jindalee

    8 Feb 2020 13:48

    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

  7. Sewer pipe repairs Jindalee

    8 Feb 2020 09:35

    We thank the community for its patience while we continue emergency works to repair a sewer main break on the Centenary Highway at Jindalee.

  8. Canungra water treatment plant back online

    29 Jan 2020 09:23

    Following recent rainfall, Seqwater has brought its Canungra Water Treatment Plant back online.

  9. Look to the stars and save

    1 Jan 2020 15:46

    With the dam levels continuing to fall, Urban Utilities is urging people to beware of the big water guzzlers lurking around your home.

  10. Somerset and Lockyer Valley residents urged to save water

    19 Dec 2019 11:44

    With dam levels continuing to fall and water use remaining high, Urban Utilities and bulk water supplier Seqwater are urging Somerset and Lockyer Valley residents to save water this summer.