25 Feb 2021

Bowel Cancer NZ questions links between the disease and low nitrate levels in drinking water

A medical adviser for Bowel Cancer NZ has criticised studies linking lower levels of nitrates in drinking water with an increased risk of bowel cancer.

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Plan to charge Christchurch residents for excess water use

Water New Zealand's CEO, Gilian Blythe says it's important that households know how much water they use. "I think the same thing with your electricity bill or your bank account, if you've got information you can think about what you're doing," she said.

Wellington water chaos a warning for all

“Sometimes it has been difficult to make the case to councils for spending as much as is required to build a resilient network,” says Water New Zealand’s CEO Gillian Blythe.

Water Services Bill Webinar

All members are invited to discuss our submission on the Water Services Bill.

SWANS Workshop

Achieving Effective Communication within the On-Site Wastewater Management Community

Virtual Coffee Catch-ups

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

Biosolids National Conference 2021

Join AWA's Biosolids National Conference 2021.

18 Feb 2021

Pipeline 18 February 2021

We hope you're taking care and staying COVID-safe. In this edition, we have more details on our major conferences - the Water New Zealand Conference & Expo and our Stormwater Conference. We hope to see you there.

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Pipeline 4 February 2021

Hope you’re enjoying these balmy summer weeks. We’ve confirmed the dates for our biggest event – the 2021 Water New Zealand Conference & Expo, and there’s still time to get earlybird rates for Stormwater in Tauranga.

Our draft submission on the Water Services Bill is almost complete and we’ll be running a webinar to get feedback from members later this month. Find out what you can do to help reduce plastic waste by helping promote tap water refilling.

Pipeline 21 January 2021

Welcome to the first Pipeline newsletter of the year. We hope that you have enjoyed the festive season and are looking forward to the year ahead.

‘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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