29 Nov 2021

Christchurch's water could still be chlorinated even with an exemption

Chlorine could still remain in Christchurch’s water supply even if the city manages to gain an exemption from a new law mandating the disinfectant.

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Forum behind efforts to clean up Manawatū River nets river health award

A decade-long mission to clean up one of New Zealand’s sickest waterways has led to top honours.

The Manawatū River Leaders' Forum won the supreme award for catchment with most progress towards improved river health at the Cawthron New Zealand River Awards on Thursday.

$6.9m cost increase for Lake Dunstan water scheme

Construction of the Lake Dunstan Water treatment plant and bore field is projected to cost $6.9 million more than originally forecast.

Virtual Coffee Catch-ups

Water New Zealand Members to join us for our 2021 Virtual Coffee Catch-up sessions.

Economic Regulation and Consumer Protection for Three Waters Services in New Zealand

This webinar is only available to Water New Zealand members. If you are a member you will need to login to register.

25 Nov 2021

Pipeline 25 November 2021

Join us on our low carbon journey as we navigate to net zero, read about new smart water technology in Water, and catch up with the latest in drinking water regulations through our webinars

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Pipeline 11 November 2021

Tomorrow marks the final day of COP26, UN’s critical climate summit, touted as the “last best hope for the world to get its act together”. World leaders are meeting to find a way to hold temperature rise to 1.5 degrees celsius, requiring greenhouse gas emissions to fall by 45% from 2010 levels by the end of this decade. In this week's Pipeline, we bring you news and events exploring the role of the New Zealand water sector in rising to this challenge.

Pipeline 28 October 2021

In this week's Pipeline - Government to press ahead with Three Waters reform; take a look at the recently released Draft Drinking Water Quality Assurance Rules, and earlybird registration for the 2021 Water Asset Management Forum has been extended to 1 Nov.

‘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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