Wishart is a residential suburb between Upper Mount Gravatt and the Bulimba Creek is 12 kilometres south-east of Brisbane CBD. It was originally known as Mount Gravatt South during the mid-1960s, the emerging suburb was defined by a few streets near the Mount Gravatt South primary school and a few more streets running between the Capalaba Road and Bulimba Creek. The suburb’s name came from an early European settler in the area. The Australian census of 2011 recorded 10,460 residents.
The suburb includes many homelands and estates with a few townhouses and detached housings. Pipelines underneath these dwellings are still subject to ground movements, force and external factors that could damage these lines causing cracks and openings. When these happen, sand, soil and foreign substances enter these pipes causing a buildup that can impede water from flowing to its destination. Other than these, roots from nearby trees enter these openings forming a large ball of living clog which also hinders water from flowing potently and could shoot back to the source. Blocked drains can also happen internally. Toilet and bathroom sinks end up getting materials and paper products that should have been disposed to trash bins but instead gets into plugholes and drains. These materials can be very hard to extract and dissolve and these may in turn lead to obstructions and hamper waste water from flowing.
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