This paper outlines the opportunity that the Harbour Bores option presented. This includes the investigations completed and results, the future planned use and applicability of the data obtained for the Wellington region’s water supply, and wider geological implications for the data that has been obtained.
This abstract highlights the impacts from boat maintenance yards on the environment and explains the way in which Weiti Boating Club (WBC), a club located north-east of Auckland with over 300 members, managed to achieve a successful low-budget solution to treat effluents’ loaded runoff from their boat yard. It recognises the success of club members in implementing a solution which was beyond what was required and for the benefit of future generations.
Auckland’s future will see a greater number of people living and working in the same urban area. There is a well-known shortage of suitable homes across the board but the shortage does hit some harder than others.
This paper focuses on the evaluation and assessment of retrofitting options for a range of different water quality improvement devices within the Glen Innes Town Centre aimed at improving water quality in Omaru Creek.
The Ōpāwaho / Heathcote River catchment has a history of flooding and poor water quality. Floodplain management schemes have been developed in the past by the Christchurch Drainage Board (1985) and Christchurch City Council and Environment Canterbury (1992).