Drinking water supply changes
Maintenance at the Illaweena and Greenbank water supply zones, undertaken to ensure that the water supply continues to meet the stringent requirements of the Australian Drinking Water Guidelines, is now complete.
The fact sheet available via the link below provides key information surrounding the recent maintenance and includes a map reflecting the suburbs covered during the maintenance.
Customers who experience water quality issues are encouraged to contact Council on 3412 3412.
Drinking water quality
Logan City Council is committed to managing its drinking water systems to provide safe, high quality water services that ensure the protection of public health and the environment for our community. A copy of our Drinking Water Quality Policy Statement is available via the link below:
Logan City Council recognises the need for sustainable environmental outcomes and is committed to protecting our natural environment.
Across our water and wastewater services, Logan City Council acknowledges the need to adopt strong environmental management practices and is committed to continual improvement in relation to our environmental performance. A copy of our Water and Wastewater Service Environmental Policy Statement is available via the link below:
Since the return of the Water Business in July 2012, Logan City Council has been working towards harmonising all water charges and service fees across the city.
As part of the 2013/14 budget, Council has now achieved harmonisation - meaning all residents throughout the city, regardless of whether they are in rural or urban areas, will have their water and wastewater charges calculated from the same base charge rate.
To learn more about Price Harmonisation please refer to the Price Harmonisation fact sheet (PDF 93 KB).
For further details and media releases on the 2013-2014 Water and Sewerage Pricing.
Water outlook for South East Queensland
The region's bulk water authority, Seqwater, released the inaugural Water Outlook for South East Queensland December 2013 on behalf of the region's water industry. A copy of the Water Outlook report is available via the link below:
A historical account of water reform in Logan City.
Logan City Council resumed direct control of water and wastewater services in Logan and the new arrangements began on 1 July 2012. The new Logan Water business is in the Road and Water Infrastructure Stream.