Unitywater has announced changes to support customers through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Unitywater has called for people to keep their distance from work crews during the COVID-19 pandemic to protect essential service workers as much as possible.
Unitywater has activated its business continuity plan in response to the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
A road has been given a new name in honour of Robin Cherry’s 50 years of service in the water and sewerage industry.
The current toilet paper shortage, also known as Toilet Paper Gate, has the potential to cause havoc in private plumbing.
Who’s got Christmas spirit? Unitywater does! Through its support of the Hope Within Reach ‘Christmas To Your Door Campaign’, vulnerable families in Caboolture and Maroochydore will receive a Christmas morning delivery of presents and hampers.
Unitywater has removed warning signage at Currimundi Creek and Currimundi Lake this morning after flows from a broken sewerage pipe entered the creek on 13 February.
Unitywater is advising the community not to swim or undertake any recreational activities in Currimundi Creek or Currimundi Lake until further notice.
During January Unitywater will be identifying and replacing water meters nearing the end of their life cycle in Moffat Beach, Caloundra West, Currimundi, Little Mountain and Wurtulla.
During January Unitywater will be identifying and replacing water meters nearing the end of their life cycle in Cashmere, Joyner, Kallangur and Lawnton.
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