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.
Roma sewer cleaning & relining works
Roma’s underground sewer system will be receiving a new lease on life with sewer relining works set to commence on Tuesday, 10 April 2018.
Contractors will be cleaning and then relining sewer pipes to restrengthen the original pipeline, ensuring their longevity.
Relining Solutions Pty Ltd will be notifying affected businesses and residents via a letter and/or door knock 48 hours prior to commencing any cleaning and relining works.
Please note that while the cleaning works are taking place, residents are advised that a spillage may occur from some toilets. To minimise this occurrence, please be sure to close the toilet lid and place a heavy object on top before the works commence.
If you experience toilet overflow issues, a cleaning service will be provided.
Council apologises for any inconvenience and thanks residents and businesses for their patience during this time.
Works are set to commence on Tuesday next week and last approximately four weeks.
If you experience toilet overflow issues or would like more information, please call Council’s Water Team on 1300 007 662.
To view the Roma sewer cleaning & relining map, click 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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