QUU to invest in Rosewood project

QUEENSLAND Urban Utilities has started work on the Rosewood sewage treatment plant optimisation project.

The $5 million project involves installing new technology, plant and equipment to enhance the treatment process and extend the life of the plant, located on Rosewood-Warrill View Rd.

QUU CEO Ian Maynard said the project highlighted the organisation's commitment to delivering a sustainable sewerage network in the Rosewood area.

"The improved technology and equipment at the plant will ensure the Rosewood community continues to receive high quality sewerage services now and into the future," Mr Maynard said.

Councillor David Pahlke said it was great to see Queensland Urban Utilities' investment in infrastructure in Rosewood.

"Reliable water and sewerage services are vital for quality of life, so we're pleased to see Queensland Urban Utilities planning ahead of growth to ensure future demand is met," Cr Pahlke said.

Works will be carried out on the project between 7am to 5pm, Monday to Friday, with the possibility of Saturday works.

The project is expected to be completed in December.

The new technology and plant equipment includes aeration and decanter systems, mixers and pipeworks, a chlorine tank, control systems, and an electrical switchboard.



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