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Leak detection works to take place in Moore Park Beach

Moore Park Beach leak detection
Moore Park Beach water leak detection works will soon be undertaken in the area.

Bundaberg Regional Council will be conducting leak detection works in the Moore Park Beach area to ensure the water network is performing at an optimum level.

The leak detection program will be carried out by a professional contractor who will have a team of two investigating just over 50km of water mains.

Acoustic survey equipment will be used to detect a leak using noise generated by water escaping the main.

Water and Wastewater Service portfolio spokesperson Cr Jason Bartels said the program was part of Council's commitment in providing water services and support region wide.

“Bundaberg Regional Council Water Services strives to protect one of our most valuable resources in the region, water,” he said.

“One of the ways we proactively ensure our water network is performing is to conduct leak detection programs in areas where leaks are difficult to identify due to ground conditions.

“It’s for this reason we have initiated a leak detection program to assess the catchment of Moore Park Beach.”

The leak detection work will be conducted over two weeks starting on the 29 November, weather permitting.

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