11 Aug 2022

Managed retreat from flood-prone part of Whanganui recommended

Natural hazard experts are recommending a part of Whanganui be abandoned due to the ever-increasing risk of flooding, but exactly how landowners could be compensated is up in the air.

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Emergency drinking water delivered as nitrate levels exceed acceptable levels in rural Waimate supply

Emergency drinking water supplies have been delivered to parts of the Waimate District as measured nitrate levels have risen past the Drinking Water Standards Maximum Acceptable Value (MAV).

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Dam plan on life-support seeks next jolt

Consents for a controversial Hawke’s Bay dam are set to be extended without public input, angering environmentalists.

15
Aug
Drinking Water 101 - Digital Badge

Online training course hosted by Water New Zealand.

17
Aug
Industrial Waters 2022 Conference

Brought to you by NZ Trade & Industrial Waters Forum

17
Aug
Backflow 101 - Digital Badge

Online training course hosted by Water New Zealand.

4 Aug 2022

Pipeline - 4 August

In this week’s Pipeline - recognise excellence by entering or nominating colleagues in the Water New Zealand Excellence Awards, find out how New Zealanders use water, what we’re doing about plastic rubbish our waterways and check out new learning opportunities.

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Pipeline 21 July 2022

Conference earlybird deals now on sale, new drinking water regulatory report, water bottling consent quashed and last days to submit on the Water Services Entities Bill.

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Pipeline 7 July 2022

Economic regulation – challenges and opportunities, find out how New Zealanders use water in the home and what the new Australian-New Zealand flushable standard means

‘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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