Right to information and Public Interest Disclosure

Unitywater is committed to providing the community with greater access to information, unless it is contrary to the public interest to provide that information. This is in line with the Queensland Government's approach to giving the community greater access to public information.

Under the Information Privacy Act 2009, Unitywater protects personal information it receives from individuals, including customers.

Disclosure log

Our disclosure log provides details of non-personal information released under the Right to Information Act 2009 that is considered to be of significant interest to the wider public. The disclosure log below provides details of released documents that are available to the public.

View the Disclosure Log

 

Public Interest Disclosure

Unitywater is committed to encouraging the reporting of wrongdoing and the protection of those who report wrongdoing from reprisals.

A public interest disclosure (PID) is a report of a suspected wrongdoing or danger. Members of the public can make a PID regarding:

  • A substantial and specific danger to public healthy and safety, or a person with a disability
  • A contravention of environmental law which is a substantial and specific danger to the environment
  • A reprisal.

View the Public Interest Disclosure Procedure

 

Right to Information and Information Privacy Access Application

To access information not available in our Publications scheme, you will need to submit a formal application under the Right to Information Act 2009 or the Information Privacy Act 2009.

Under the Information Privacy Act 2009, a person has a right of access to their personal information and/or amend their personal information if they believe the information to be inaccurate, incomplete, out of date or misleading. To amend your personal records, you will need to submit a formal application under the Information Privacy Act 2009.

An application fee of $44.85 is payable via cheque or postal order if the information you request is not related to your personal information.

Please fill out the application form below and send to:

Right to Information and Information Privacy Access Application Form (PDF)

Business Information Manager
Unitywater
PO Box 953
Caboolture QLD 4510 

 

For further information visit the Queensland Right to Information website.

 

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