13 Aug 2020

COVID-19 Response

In light of the situation around community spread of COVID-19, MBIE has reinstated the all-of-government Covid-19 response group that was in action earlier this year.

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Code of Practice for the Implementation of the New Zealand Asset Metadata Standards for 3 Waters

The Quake Centre’s Building innovation Partnership (BIP) has published the first part of a National Standard for 3 Waters Asset Data. The Code of Practice (CoP) has been developed by BIP and a broad range of industry partners to set out a minimum viable standard for as-built data for 3 Waters pipe networks.

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Pitch for $45 million essential Three Waters workforce in Wellington

Documents reveal Wellington Water pitched an accelerated apprenticeship scheme for an essential Three Waters workforce to retrain 100 people.

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Aug
Virtual Coffee Catch-up

Invitation to all Water New Zealand members to join us for our next virtual coffee catch-up.

19
Aug
River water quality modelling and management (Water Quality 3/3)

River water quality modelling and management (Water Quality 3/3)

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Aug
Stormwater Conference 2020

Find out all you need to know about the postponement to August..

13 Aug 2020

Pipeline 13 August 2020

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In this issue of Pipeline; Stormwater conference update, a reminder to bin all wet wipes, Award nominations deadline extended, CoP Asset metadata standards for 3 waters; as well as the latest association updates, industry news, events and job vacancies.

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Pipeline 30 July 2020

Latest industry update - new water legislation will transform drinking water safety and delivery.

Also in this issue of Pipeline; passing of Taumata Arowai - the Water Services Regulator Bill; nominations are open for the Water New Zealand Awards, the latest issue of Water is available online; as well as the latest association updates, industry news, events and job vacancies.

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Pipeline 16 July 2020

In this issue of Pipeline; virtually meet our new CEO; nominations for the Water New Zealand 2020 Awards are open; $761 million investment in drinking water infrastructure; as well as the latest association updates, industry news, events and job vacancies.

‘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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