• Media statement by Seqwater CEO Peter Dennis
    Posted
    9 July 2014
    Type
    news

    Seqwater remains acutely aware of the impact of the January 2011 flood event and the devastation caused to many in our community.

    Seqwater is confident its management of the event will continue to be shown to have significantly reduced the impact of the flood as the matter progresses through the court process.

    Seqwater would like to make the following points in relation to the January 2011 event:

  • Water security and consumption update - 4 July 2014
    Posted
    4 July 2014
    Type
    news

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

  • Seqwater delivers hazard reduction burns ahead of summer
    Posted
    4 July 2014
    Type
    news

    Favourable weather conditions have enabled Seqwater to deliver a number of planned hazard reduction burns ahead of the coming summer.

  • Seqwater installs new seismic station at Hinze Dam
    Posted
    2 July 2014
    Type
    news

    The impact of earthquakes on Seqwater infrastructure in and around the Gold Coast will be monitored through a new seismic station at Hinze Dam.

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

    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.

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

    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.

  • Water security and consumption update - 27 June 2014
    Posted
    27 June 2014
    Type
    news

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

  • Water main decommissioning works – Karana Downs
    Posted
    26 June 2014
    Type
    works in your area

    Work will start on Monday 14 July 2014 to decommission an offtake valve located in a section of footpath, near the corner of Mount Crosby and College Roads, Karana Downs.

  • Seqwater welcomes WaterQ strategy
    Posted
    25 June 2014
    Type
    news

    South East Queensland’s bulk water authority Seqwater has welcomed the release of WaterQ, the Queensland Government’s 30 year strategy for Queensland’s water sector.

    Seqwater Chief Executive Officer Peter Dennis said the strategy aligned with Seqwater’s five-year organisational strategy, which is focused on supplying affordable drinking water for one of Australia’s fastest growing regions and delivering a long-term plan to ensure South East Queensland’s future water needs are met.

  • Be DAM smart these school holidays
    Posted
    25 June 2014
    Type
    news

    Holiday-makers and day-trippers are urged to be ‘DAM smart’ on and around South East Queensland dams over the June-July school holidays.

    Seqwater Chief Executive Officer Peter Dennis said Seqwater would work with the Queensland Police Service to conduct patrols around the region’s major dams to enforce safe and responsible behaviour on and off the water.

    Mr Dennis said the unseasonably warmer winter weather provided an ideal opportunity for the community and tourists to visit South East Queensland dams during the June-July school holidays.

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