9 Dec 2022

EPA proposes to close ‘loophole’ for reporting ‘forever chemical’ releases

In the US, the EPA is proposing to close a prior “loophole” that allowed some companies to get out of reporting their releases of certain kinds of toxic chemicals.

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New legislation to provide affordable water services for New Zealanders

Local Government Minister Nanaia Mahuta says the two new bills introduced to Parliament following the passage of the Water Services Entities Act will help ensure affordable drinking water, wastewater and stormwater can be provided to New Zealanders now and into the future.


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Three Waters legislation a big step towards improving water services resilience

The passing of the Water Services Entities Bill is another step towards addressing the huge infrastructure deficit facing Aotearoa New Zealand.

09
Dec
PFAS National Environmental Management Plan - Webinar

The Heads of EPAs of Australia and New Zealand (HEPA) have released the draft per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) National Environmental Management Plan (PFAS NEMP) version 3.0 for public consultation

15
Dec
Transforming Aotearoa New Zealand’s Water Sector - Alan Sutherland

Join this webinar to hear from Alan Sutherland, CE Scottish Water talking to Gillian Blythe about transforming Aotearoa New Zealand's Water Sector

30
Jan
Drinking Water 101 - Digital Badge

Online training course hosted by Water New Zealand.

9 Dec 2022

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.

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Pipeline - 24 November

Check out the latest edition of Water, our conference papers are now online, and see new moves to manage PFAS in the environment.

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Pipeline - 10 November

Further reform legislation set to be introduced soon, Taumata Arowai names new CEO and you can now view or listen to the full discussion with Tā Tipene O’Regan on treaty issues and water

‘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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