Local Government Minister Nanaia Mahuta has defended the Three Waters reform saying the reforms will allow for jobs in local communities as well as provide for growth and greater cost-efficiency.
Waiora Aotearoa (Water New Zealand) is proud to once again tautoko (to support) Te Wiki o te Reo Māori (Māori Language Week), 13-19 Mahuru (September) 2021. We’ve produced a poster to encourage you to learn your te Reo Māori job title in support of Māori Language Week 2021.
Online training course hosted by Water New Zealand.
Do you have a burning water question.....
Join us for the virtual Water New Zealand Annual General Meeting..
Water New Zealand has recently released Carbon Accounting Guidelines for Wastewater Treatment: CH4 and N2O
How's your Te Reo use going in this Te Wiki o te Reo Māori (Māori Language Week)?
In this week's Pipeline update: find out how to translate your job title using te Reo Māori with our Te Wiki o te Reo Māori 2021 – Ngā momo Kaimahi Whakapai Wai poster; register for our lunchtime webinar on understanding the importance of your water networks; read about the power of wastewater testing and save the dates in your calendar for next year's Modelling Symposium, 16-17 March 2022, in Te Whanganui-a-Tara (Wellington)
New dates announced for the Water New Zealand Conference & Expo.
In this week's Pipeline: get your industry insights from the latest issue of Water, check out our new Wastewater 101 - digital badge, read about the power of wastewater testing and save the dates in your calendar for next year's Stormwater Conference, 18 -20 May 2022 in
As the country has moved to Alert Level 4, Water New Zealand hope that you, your whānau, colleagues and employees are okay! We want to remind everyone to only flush the 3p’s: poo, pee and toilet paper down the loo! Help keep our emergency wastewater workers safe and in their bubble by thinking before you flush – all wipes, paper towels and tissues must go in the bin. Please help share this message.