31 Jan 2023

Making cities more 'spongy' to cope with future deluges

Before Auckland flooded badly on Friday evening University of Auckland Urban Planning Senior Lecturer Timothy Welch wrote about the idea of 'spongy cities' to cope with increased climate change rainfall.

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‘Just crazy’: Public health expert urges against swimming in contaminated floodwaters, beaches

Aucklanders are being urged to stay away from closed beaches and avoid contaminated floodwaters, as a second deluge threatens to again swamp Auckland’s hard-hit storm and wastewater network.

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Water New Zealand Welcomes new Establishment Chief Executives for Water Services Entities

First step towards specialist workforce for water services across Aotearoa New Zealand

02
Feb
Stormwater Auckland Regional Meeting

Come and join the Water New Zealand Stormwater Group for an Auckland region information and networking event..

06
Feb
Drinking Water 201 - Digital Badge

Online training course hosted by Water New Zealand.

08
Feb
Wastewater 101 - Digital Badge

Online training course hosted by Water New Zealand.

08
Feb
Backflow 101 - Digital Badge

Online training course hosted by Water New Zealand.

19 Jan 2023

Pipeline - 19 January

Happy New Year! We hope you had a relaxing enjoyable break. 2023 is underway and already we’re just a week or two from our Stormwater Conference and Modelling Symposium abstract deadlines – so don’t delay.

The Government’s legislation programme is also marching on and we urge you to read the reform bills and make sure you have your say. Plus there’s loads of events coming up – so take a look further down.

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Pipeline - 22 December

Wishing you a happy and safe holiday season. We’ll be closing our office on December 23 and opening on January 9. Look forward to seeing you again in 2023.

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Pipeline - 8 December

Water Services Entities legislation passes through Parliament, join PFAs webinar and register for a conversation with Water Industry Commission for Scotland CEO Alan Sutherland.

‘Ka ora te wai, ka ora te whenua, ka ora ngā tāngata’

‘If the water is healthy, the land is healthy, the people are healthy’

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