Unitywater began operations on 1 July 2010 and currently employs approximately 724 full-time equivalent employees.
We currently operate in one of the fastest growing regions of Australia, providing essential water supply and sewerage services to approximately 17% of Queensland’s population.
During 2020-21, we invested a total of $163.1 million in water and sewerage infrastructure for our community.
Our customers include 329,221 residential properties and 28,883 commercial and industrial enterprises.
368,885 total customer accounts (as of 30 June 2022).
Approximately 3500 trade waste customers (i.e. customers that release non-household waste into the sewerage network)
Approximately 14,778 sundry customers of services including metered hydrant standpipes, fixed fill standpipes, laboratory testing, property leases and other miscellaneous services.
Unitywater operates and maintains more than $3.8 billion of essential service infrastructure, supplying water and sewerage services to residential and business customers. This includes:
343,532 water connections
6290 km of water mains
103 water reservoirs
70 water pump stations
307,869 sewerage connections
6101 km of sewer mains
118 km of recycled water mains pipes
17 sewage treatment plants
11 sewage treatment plants producing recycled water
800 sewage pump stations.