More than $400 million in Queensland Government COVID-19 relief has helped around 2.1 million Queensland households with their power and water bills – with more financial relief to come.
The Queensland Government are reminding the Sunshine Coast of more than $20 million in infrastructure projects are underway to upgrade the South East Queensland Water Grid and boost the water supply security of the Sunshine Coast. Minister for Natural Resources, Mines and Energy Dr Anthony Lynham said the investment was designed to increase the capacity […]
To mark World Environment Day, Unitywater today officially launched the new Maleny Sewage Treatment Plant at a community event celebrating the completion of this $17 million investment. The Maleny Sewage Treatment plant was officially opened by Unitywater CEO George Theo at an event attended by Director-General of the Department of Environment and Heritage Protection Jon […]
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 […]
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Sunshine Coast Council Mayor Mark Jamieson has awarded 13 businesses and local facilities ecoBiz partnership at a breakfast in Noosa today.
It was the issue that galvanised Cr Debbie Blumel into standing for Mayor in the 2012 Sunshine Coast Council election. So it is fitting that her first major campaign announcement is her water reform policy, aptly named ‘Community Water’.