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Wednesday, June 3, 2020
Home Council Council continues working, with public’s help

Council continues working, with public’s help

BRC Water and Plumbing services
David Cox, Stephen Johnston and Lyle Walters helping to keep essential services running and respecting social distancing protocols

Bundaberg Regional Council crews are working hard to keep the water and sewerage networks running 24/7.

To continue to do this, Council is asking the public to respect social distancing protocols, to keep everyone safe.

Council’s Branch Manager Water Services Narelle D’Amico said everyone has their part to play.

“We would ask that members of the public don’t approach workers and keep 1.5 metres distance, even when communicating with them,” Narelle said.

“Ideally phone us on 1300 883 699 or visit the website if you need more information.

“Our teams will be keeping their distance from the public, whether they are doing plumbing inspections on private properties or out in the field, and we ask that residents do the same.

“It is of the utmost importance that our crews remain healthy and can continue to work to provide our water services, especially at the moment when we’re all increasing our personal hygiene practices like regular hand washing.”

Meanwhile, Bundaberg Regional Council crews looking after Parks and Gardens continue their ongoing work to beautify and maintain our natural environment.

“Our staff are still hard at work and continuing the ongoing work of improving our parks and gardens,” Branch Manager Parks, Sport and Natural Areas Geordie Lascelles said.

“Now more than ever it’s important to keep our public areas clean, beautiful and well maintained.”

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Council's parks and gardens project supervisor Greg Hart and his team continue their important work.

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