Calamvale is a large southern suburb in the City of Brisbane in Queensland, Australia. It is located 18 kilometres from the Brisbane central business district near the Karawatha Forest and is the most populated suburb in the greater Brisbane area. There are also a number of shopping centres and commercial establishments in the suburb.
The Golden Pond Wetlands offer eco-friendly treatment train to improve the quality of storm water runoff as it progresses down Calamvale Creek. The design of the treatment train was proved to be an effective system through the numerous studies conducted by environmental engineers from Griffith University. The wetlands and creek also serve as a home for ducks, egrets, cormorants, turtles, herons, water dragons, spoonbills, eels and many other birds and animals.
Being a large well-forested suburb where a lot of wildlife thrive and where diverse plant species flourish, the area can be prone to problems with their drainage system due to collapsed pipes because of large tree roots growing underground. Tree roots are the number one cause of drain blockages as they can create cracks in pipes which can hugely affect routines at home or in commercial establishments such as restaurant kitchens etc.
Blockages in pipes are usually very unpleasant, preventing wastewater from leaving the household or property. If you notice an issue flushing a toilet or if you see that water is draining away slowly, this could be a sign of a blockage in the pipelines.
If you’re experiencing problems with your drainage system in Calamvale, contact DCB at 07 3667 8003 for an immediate response and effective solution to your drain cleaning dilemma.