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  1. "Water" to make a splash at GOMA

    6 Dec 2019 13:56

    Urban Utilities is looking forward to the world’s most precious resource taking centre stage at the Gallery of Modern Art’s (GOMA) summer exhibition “Water” which opens on Saturday, December 7.

  2. $1.8 million sewer upgrade for Carseldine residents

    19 Dec 2018 11:59

    Queensland Urban Utilities has completed a $1.8 million upgrade to the sewerage network in Carseldine.

  3. $1.8 million upgrade for Lowood’s sewerage network

    16 May 2016 09:18

    We have begun a $1.8 million upgrade to Lowood’s sewerage network.

  4. $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.

  5. $300,000 sewer upgrade for Gatton and Laidley

    17 Jan 2018 13:48

    Queensland Urban Utilities is investing $300,000 to upgrade sewer pipes in Gatton and Laidley.

  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. 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.

  8. A new appreciation for clean water

    1 Apr 2016 15:59

    James Prosser, who works in our Control Room, has taken his family to Cambodia to build a water well in a remote village.

  9. Artefacts returned to traditional owners

    22 Mar 2017 13:17

    Queensland Urban Utilities has returned centuries’ old Aboriginal artefacts, discovered during an archaeological dig in Bromelton, to the traditional owners.

  10. Australia's first poo-powered car unveiled

    23 May 2017 16:35

    Queensland Urban Utilities has unveiled Australia’s first poo-powered car.The Poo Car runs on electricity generated from sewage at our Oxley Creek Sewage Treatment Plant in Brisbane’s west