Maranoa Regional Council operates reticulated water networks in the towns of Amby, Injune, Jackson, Mitchell, Muckadilla, Mungallala, Roma, Surat, Wallumbilla and Yuleba. The water mains span a length of over 218 km.
Maranoa Sewer Inspection Works
Maranoa Regional Council’s underground sewer system will be receiving a new lease on life after inspection and cleaning works are being completed in the towns of Roma, Mitchell, Injune and Surat.
Commencing the week of Monday, 12 February with the use of closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras, contractors will be internally examining and cleaning the sewer pipes.
While efforts will be made to minimise any potential toilet overflow, there is still a chance this may occur during the cleaning work. This is mainly due to the pressures that are sometimes encountered within the sewer pipe while undertaking the cleaning.
To further minimise this occurrence, you can assist by closing the toilet lid and placing a heavy object on top before the cleaning works commence.
Relining Solutions Pty Ltd will be notifying affected businesses and residents via a letter and/or door knock approximately 48 hours prior to commencing any cleaning works.
Council apologises for any inconvenience and thanks residents and businesses for their patience during this time.
To view maps of works in your area, click on the below.
For more information, or should you experience toilet overflow issues please call Council’s Water Team on 1300 007 662.
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To view water restrictions in your area (excluding Surat) click here.
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