Water New Zealand has welcomed the creation of the New Zealand Infrastructure Commission – Te Waihanga.
Chief executive John Pfahlert says that there are huge challenges facing New Zealand in funding much-needed infrastructure and it is vital that it is done in the most effective and cost effective way.
Auckland's Watercare is partnering with Plunket to encourage new parents to keep potential blockages out of the sewage system – in particular, so-called ‘flushable’ wet wipes that are actually nothing of the kind.
A new report shows that better climate change planning is needed before billions are spent upgrading old water infrastructure.
The Australian Water Association and the Australian & New Zealand Biosolids Partnership are pleased to bring you the next Biosolids National Conference which will return to Brisbane in February 2019 and will consider the concept of Biosolids in the Circular Economy.
This event follows on from the Feb 2015 and Feb 2017 2 day water loss events, and is aimed at assisting water suppliers manage water losses from their water supply networks.
Canterbury Young Water Professionals (CYWP) are excited to invite all young water professionals in the area to our first event for 2019 (and first for a while!) on Wednesday 6th March.