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Seqwater explains: Why dams can take longer to fill after dry spells
Wyaralong Dam to be connected to the SEQ Water GridThe Scenic Rim region is set to be connected to the South East Queensland Water Grid for the first time. The $135 million Beaudesert Water Supply Upgrade will provide a long-term water supply solution for the rapidly growing region.
Seqwater explains demand management - options to manage water demandThis video explains demand management and options to manage water demand. Our water can come from a range of sources. Demand management takes pressure off the bulk drinking water supply and can potentially defer the need for a new water source. No single water supply option can meet South East Queensland’s long-term water security needs. As a community, we need to consider our demand for water, the water supply options available to us and the way we operate the SEQ Water Grid. For more info, visit www.seqwater.com.au/waterforlife
Saving water in the gardenWater is a precious resource! Simple actions in the garden can save you money and water. Watch this short video for some simple tips.
Saving water in the bathroomWater is a precious resource. Simple actions in the bathroom can save you both money and water. Watch this short video for some simple tips.
Saving water in the kitchen and laundryWater is a precious resource. Simple actions around the kitchen and laundry can save you money and water. Watch this short video for some simple tips.
Seqwater explains: How we operate Somerset and Wivenhoe damCheck out how we manage Somerset and Wivenhoe dams to provide drinking water and mitigate flooding.
Seqwater explains: How gated dams workOur dams provide a safe, secure and cost-effective water supply, as well as help to mitigate floods. When rain fills a dam, the excess water is passed through the spillway into the creek or river it is built on.
Seqwater explains: How un-gated dams workIn South East Queensland, we source our drinking water predominantly from dams, which collect and store run-off rainwater from our catchments. Most of these dams are un-gated.
Water Crisis is Cape Town: Could it happen in South East Queensland?A chronic drought is causing the water shortage in the South African city of Cape Town. Check out the video above to listen to Seqwater Senior Planning Engineer Jim Fear as he explains the situation in Cape Town and answers the question on the minds of many South East Queenslanders: could our region suffer the same fate as Cape Town?
Think and Drink - Water FuturesWe take water for granted. It's always available. Convenient. And a quality fit for drinking. But what if it wasn't?
Water wise tips: Save water in the gardenMore than half of the water we use at home is on the garden. The great news is we can use water wisely and still enjoy our gardens.