• Lake Borumba remains closed due to blue-green algae
    Posted
    21 January 2016

    Fast-tracked test results show algae levels remain high, meaning Lake Borumba will not be re-opened to water-based recreation ahead of Australia Day.

  • New temporary management plan for Wivenhoe and Somerset dams
    Posted
    19 January 2016

    Wivenhoe and Somerset dams will be temporarily lowered through low flow releases over coming weeks as part of Seqwater's Dam Improvement Program.

  • Dam outlook - 11 January 2016
    Posted
    11 January 2016

    Based on catchment conditions and the rainfall forecast, significant runoff into our dams over the next week is unlikely, so we have no plans in the next seven days to operate the gates at Wivenhoe Dam, Somerset Dam or North Pine.

  • Water security and consumption update - 8 January 2016
    Posted
    8 January 2016

    Weekly update on the region's water security and consumption, as well as recreation updates and news.

  • Dam outlook - 4 January 2016
    Posted
    4 January 2016

    Dam outlook: Based on catchment conditions and the rainfall forecast, significant runoff into our dams over the next week is unlikely, so we have no plans in the next seven days to operate the gates at Wivenhoe Dam, Somerset Dam or North Pine.

  • Traffic restricted at Pickering Street, Enoggera
    Posted
    5 December 2014

    Traffic is restricted to one lane eastbound along a section of Pickering Street at Enoggera due to a leaking water main.

    Seqwater advises that traffic management is in place on Pickering Street heading eastbound towards Sicklefield Road and the leak is being managed, but repairs will not be undertaken until after this afternoon’s peak hour to minimise traffic disruption.

    Seqwater is yet to determine the cause of the leak but there is currently no impact on water supply to the area.

  • Seqwater CEO named in Australia's Top 100 Most Influential Engineers
    Posted
    30 June 2014

    Seqwater Chief Executive Officer Peter Dennis has been named one of Australia’s Top 100 Most Influential Engineers 2014 by Engineers Australia magazine.

    The list, which appears in the June edition of the magazine, highlights the influence of outstanding engineers across a broad range of industry sectors.

    As CEO of Seqwater, Mr Dennis is responsible for ensuring a safe, secure and reliable bulk drinking water supply for more than three million people across South East Queensland.

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