A four-year research project has been launched to understand the types of wildlife that have been attracted to the rehabilitated wetlands at the Maleny Sewage Treatment Plant (STP). The project will look for and then monitor all the species that return to the area, including those that are endangered. Unitywater and the University of the […]
Unitywater will continue to keep a lid on prices next financial year with a proposed increase of 3.5 percent to apply from 1 July 2014. Unitywater’s increase does not include the State Government’s expected 13.2 percent increase in the price of bulk water for Sunshine Coast customers in 2014-15. Unitywater purchases bulk water from the […]
Unitywater and Australia Zoo have joined forces to feed sick and injured koalas at Australia Zoo’s wildlife hospital and others housed at the zoo on the Sunshine Coast. Unitywater has offered the zoo access to its Kenilworth Sewage Treatment Plant, where a large number of mature eucalypt trees provide a ready source of food for […]
Unitywater’s forest and wetlands site sprang to life today as the Maleny community joined Unitywater staff to celebrate World Environment Day with the planting of 1,500 native seedlings near Obi Obi Creek. The partnership event between Unitywater, Maleny and District Green Hills and Barung Landcare brought together staff, local students, community members and Council to […]
As part of its commitment to maintaining infrastructure and providing a reliable, continuous and safe water supply, Unitywater has identified that more than 11,300 water meters due for replacement over the coming months.
Unitywater has advised that water quality at Golden Beach and Bulcock Beach meets recreational guidelines.
Cooroy residents will soon benefit from Unitywater’s major upgrade of the Cooroy Sewage Treatment Plant (STP).
With the State Government’s permanent water restrictions back in place today, Unitywater encourages customers to remain conscious of their water use.
From January, Unitywater will move to year-round meter reading, introducing quarterly accounts on the Sunshine Coast and charging for fixed water & sewerage access and usage in arrears.
Meter reading is continuing on the Sunshine Coast, with readers visiting properties in Coolum Beach, North Arm, Eumundi and Peregian Springs over the next few weeks.