30 Nov 2020

Hamilton council calculates carbon footprint from wastewater treatment

Hamilton City Council has been working to understand its carbon footprint and has come up with a method of calculating carbon emissions generated by wastewater treatment.

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Wellington water report suggests meters needed

A new Wellington water report by Ernst Young and Beca has recommended the region adopt a 144 million dollar water metering system. Eugene Doyle is a water activist and member of Wellington's Mayoral Taskforce on the Three Waters and weighs in on the discussion with The Panel.

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City councils and water infrastructures bid to bring more Māori to “the decision-making table”

Auckland Council presented its new Wai Ora Wai Māori cultural monitoring framework at day two of the Water New Zealand conference and expo. The council said it hopes that all iwi mana whenua can bring their expertise and mātauranga Māori to discussions over water. This report from TVNZ's Te Karere programme.

01
Dec
Carbon 101 : An Introduction to Climate Change

The second webinar from the Climate Change Group

01
Dec
Young Water Professionals - Auckland Event

Young Water Professionals Auckland are holding an end of year event..

02
Dec
IPWEA NZ Conference 2020

Many areas of our sector are faced with significant regulatory and structural reform.

03
Dec
Water New Zealand WSMG Meeting

WSMG members are invited to register for the upcoming meeting.

25 Nov 2020

Pipeline 19 November 2020

A very big ‘thank you’ to everyone who attended the Water New Zealand Conference & Expo.

In this issue of Pipeline: That's a wrap for the 2020 Water New Zealand Conference & Expo; Water as a Taonga; Fatberg Spills 20,000 Litres of Sewage; as the latest Association updates, industry news, events and job vacancies.

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Pipeline 5 November 2020

We’re looking forward to welcoming all our exhibitors, speakers and delegates to this year’s Water New Zealand Conference and Expo in just over a week.

In this issue of Pipeline: Ngāi Tahu taking Government to court over water rights; Water metering throws up eye-watering results; Mother invents a sustainable solution to wet wipes; as the latest Association updates, industry news, events and job vacancies.

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Pipeline 22 October 2020

In this issue of Pipeline: Hybrid conference registrations are available; how to join a Special Interest Group (SIG); Wellington's pipe crisis; asset management data, water law forum; 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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