We've joined forces with the University of Queensland's Advanced Water Management Centre to advance the way we manage water and sewage.
Brisbane students learn about the urban water cycle and how we’re working with researchers and industry to improve sewage treatment processes.
Many wipes, including those labelled ‘flushable’, do not disintegrate quickly when flushed, contributing to blockages in both household plumbing and the wider network.
Utilising solar energy in Queensland Urban Utilities sewage treatment process
The quest for clean water has been going on for centuries, but it's never been as easy as it is today, where all you need to do is turn on the tap.
Every wondered how the humble toilet came to be?
From Brisbane's early settlement to now, this is our history.
Here in South East Queensland, we're all aware of how severe weather can affect our lives. There are a few simple things you can do, however, to be prepared for severe weather.
By re-engineering a 500m bank of the Logan River, Queensland Urban Utilities is preventing more than 11,000 tonnes of sediment from entering the waterway every year due to natural erosion.
Tap water is delivered directly to your home or business through a network of water pipes stretching nearly 9,000 km, delivering around 150,000ML of tap water to 1.4 million people every year.
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