Water Journal no. 178 March 2013


President's Column - Reform and rationalisation Steve Couper
CEO Comment - Meeting the global infrastructure challenge Murray Gibb
Water New Zealand's conferences
A New Zealand inventory of waste water treatment plants (WWTPs)
School design to end water wars Jane Harrison (PITCH Africa)
First Kiwi graduate from WEF's leadership institute Garry Macdonald (WEF Board member)
Water resources utility of the future Ken Kirk (NZCWA)
Career changes tap into a watery career Anna Lindsay (Primary Industry Training Organisation)
Reform, reform, reform - the changing legislative landscape Helen Atkins, Vicki Morrison Shaw (Atkins Holm Majurey)
Passive treatment of acid mine drainage using waste mussel shell, Stockton Coal Mine, New Zealand F M Crombie, P A Weber, W Olds, D G Thomas, G A Rutter, M H Pizey (Solid Energy NZ)
Benefits of pilot planting new wastewater treatment technologies Matt Savage (Apex Environmental)
Onsite wastewater workshop - do we need change? Hamish Lowe (Lowe Environmental Impact), Virginia Baker (ESR)
Frist of its kind full-scale implementation of a biological and chemically enhanced high-rate clarification solution for the treatment of wet weather flows at a municipal wastewater treatment facility Julian Sandino (CH2M Hill)
Impact of domestic greywater diversion on a septic tank system and potential health considerations Alma Siggins, Joanne Hewitt, Wendy Williamson, Louise Weaver, Matt Ashworth, Andrew van Schaik, Robina Ang, Jacqui Horswell (ESR), Hamish Lowe (Lowe Enviornmental Impact), Steven Roberts (Watersmart), Ben Thompson (Kapiti Coast DC), Judith Robertson (Gisborne DC)
New stormwater management product aims to prevent plastic in our oceans Mike Hannah (Stormwater 360)
Contributing to a stronger Christchurch - a personal perspective Chris Maguire (MWH)
Innovative wastewater system for rural campus Paul Riethmaier (Reflection Treatment Systems)
ENVCO Global now official service and supply agents for WTW online instrumentation downunder
Earthquake liquefaction damage response
MWH Global ensures the future of Fiji's roads
Waste, Water and Amenities Award
The next generation in sewer leak detection
Mono Pumps (New Zealand) appointed as Sulzer Pumps' distributor in New Zealand and Pacific Islands
Beca - celebrating 50 years in Christchurch and 50 years of public health and environmental engineering in New Zealand Humphrey Archer (CH2M Beca)

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