The Christchurch City Council promised to upgrade 102 well heads within a year so it could stop chlorinating the city's water supply
Christchurch Mayor Lianne Dalziel is asking staff if they can reduce the level of chlorine in the water supply following residents' complaints to online media as well as print, and radio and TV , about the taste and smell of tap water.
The Water Summit will explore the key issues of drinking water regulation, infrastructure funding, freshwater management and allocation.
Top quality technical papers will be complimented by a fascinating array of technical tours, with unique local flavour.
The Climate Change and Local Government Forum hosted by SOLGM is an exciting new event featuring New Zealand experts in this area. It's an opportunity to hear from people facing the same challenges as you.
It’s time to put your thinking caps on again and get together with your colleagues to challenge for the trophy, reconnect with your industry peers and have a night of insightful thinking... and much hilarity.
Recently Water New Zealand presented 17 seminars involving over 800 people from Whangarei down to Invercargill on the Outcomes of the Havelock North Inquiry.
Noel Roberts, technical manager at Water New Zealand, a non-profit organisation focused on the water sector, has answers to the ins and outs of water chlorination.