Taumata Arowai Webinar Series

Regular sessions discussing various components of the Draft Drinking Water Quality Assurance Rules.

Although Taumata Arowai - the new water services regulator will not be consulting on the Draft Drinking Water Quality Assurance Rules until the new year, they are keen to have Q & A sessions to help water suppliers understand the proposed new requirements.

We will be posting new webinars shorty so bookmark this page!

View recordings of past webinars


To attend a Webinar

  1. Select the webinar you would like to attend. Please note that you have to register for each webinar separately.
  2. You will need to either login using your Water New Zealand website account or Sign up to create an account.
  3. All webinars will be recorded and registered participants will receive an email within 48 hours following the live event with a link to the recording.
  4. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Katrina Guy.

2022 Webinars

  • 27 April 2022 | Network Performance Measures
  • 16 June 2022 | Drinking Water Quality Assurance Rules & Acceptable Solutions (Part 1) – post consultation
  • 23 June 2022 | Drinking Water Quality Assurance Rules & Acceptable Solutions (Part 2) – post consultation

    Past Webinars

    • 28 October 2021| Transition Timeline, Structure, Monitoring & Reporting
    • 3 November 2021 | Source Water Testing & Bacterial Rules
    • 10 November 2021 | Protozoa, Chemical and Cyano Bacterial Rules
    • 17 November 2021 | Distribution System Rules
    • 24 November 2021 | Small Supply Rules & Acceptable Solutions
    • 2 December 2021 | Notifications
    • 27 January 2022 | The year ahead and Te Puna Korero / Public Consultation
    • 24 March 2022 | Drinking Water Safety & Source Water Risk Management Plans

    Events Calendar

    2 events found

    Webinar 

    Session 10 | Drinking Water Quality Assurance Rules & Acceptable Solutions (Part 1) – post consultation

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    Session 11 | Drinking Water Quality Assurance Rules & Acceptable Solutions (Part 2) – post consultation

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