Scenic Rim water supply secure
Queensland Urban Utilities’ largest sewage treatment plant hosted nearly 50 students from 25 local high schools as part of a Brisbane City Council environment program on Wednesday, March 29.
A large tunnel borer has been launched in Brisbane’s west as part of a $17 million Queensland Urban Utilities pipeline project.The borer will travel under the Brisbane River from Kenmore to
Queensland Urban Utilities has returned centuries’ old Aboriginal artefacts, discovered during an archaeological dig in Bromelton, to the traditional owners.
Increased flows due to rain, combined with an electrical fault in one of the pumps at the Eagle Farm Pump Station, led to a wet weather sewage overflow into the Brisbane River at around 6pm on Friday
Queensland Urban Utilities was called at around 7am after a car hit a privately owned fire hydrant on Logan Rd near Kessels Rd at Upper Mount Gravatt.The above ground shopping centre hydrant was
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