Mānawatia a Matariki - we hope you enjoy this time of renewal with family and friends.
Have your say on the new Water Services Entities Bill, find out more about economic regulation in the water sector and see who won this year’s photo competition.
We’re here at Claudelands – at our second conference in a fortnight! Don’t forget to vote in our photo competition and check out new professional development and learning opportunities.
Yay – nearly conference time! Take a look at our exciting presentations and workshops, listen to our latest podcast - Te Mana o te Wai, and read the latest features in the digital edition of Water
Final opportunity to nominate your colleagues for Stormwater Awards, find out about the latest training opportunities and how to become a water sector mentor
Orange means go!
We can now welcome everyone to our two key events in May – the Stormwater Conference and Part 2 of our Water Conference and Expo postponed from 2021.
In the meantime, have a safe and happy Easter break.
See our latest conference updates, find out more about our workforce strategy and take a look at the new-look Water Directory
See the latest on Aotearoa New Zealand’s water service delivery performance through our National Performance Review, register for one of our webinars on three waters reform industry transformation and find out how you could showcase your work at our Water New Zealand Conference & Expo 2022.
The Water New Zealand Conference and Expo is finally underway, see the latest appointments to the three waters reform programme and take a look at new learning opportunities for 2022
The Water New Zealand Conference and Expo - we're all set to go but you can still register for this key event, submissions on improving drinking water source protection close soon, and would you like to join our team and help make a positive difference to the future of our water environment in Aotearoa New Zealand?
See the latest on our Water New Zealand Conference and Expo - now in two parts, more on source water protection and cyanobacteria risks, check out new learning and professional development opportunities for 2022 and find out how to enter our photo competition - there's a great prize for the winner!
Happy New Year. We hope you have had a relaxing and enjoyable summer break.
2022 is set to be another busy year in water.
The Water New Zealand Conference is all set for next month while registration for the Stormwater Conference opened today and opportunities to present an abstract close soon.
Meanwhile our thoughts are with the people in Tonga - contaminated water is one of many major problems people are facing following the weekend's volcanic eruption and tsunami.
Meri Kirihimete and Happy New Year from all of us at Water New Zealand.
We wish you a very happy festive season. 2021 has certainly been an eventful year and already 2022 is looking to be another busy one. We hope to see you at one or more of our many events and learning opportunities in the pipeline for next year.
In the meantime, stay safe and enjoy a relaxing time with family and friends - please note that our office will be closed from 24 December till 10 January.
The latest on Three Waters Reform economic and consumer protection regulation, view our webinar on Navigating to Net Zero and catch up on the latest industry news and job opportunities
Join us on our low carbon journey as we navigate to net zero, read about new smart water technology in Water, and catch up with the latest in drinking water regulations through our webinars
Tomorrow marks the final day of COP26, UN’s critical climate summit, touted as the “last best hope for the world to get its act together”. World leaders are meeting to find a way to hold temperature rise to 1.5 degrees celsius, requiring greenhouse gas emissions to fall by 45% from 2010 levels by the end of this decade. In this week's Pipeline, we bring you news and events exploring the role of the New Zealand water sector in rising to this challenge.
In this week's Pipeline - Government to press ahead with Three Waters reform; take a look at the recently released Draft Drinking Water Quality Assurance Rules, and earlybird registration for the 2021 Water Asset Management Forum has been extended to 1 Nov.
In this week's Pipeline - an update from Taumata Arowai; take a look at the recently released draft Drinking Water Acceptable solutions; world's first positive news platform, and act quickly to get your earlybird registration for the 2021 Water Asset Management Forum - closes 17 Oct.
In this week's pipeline - the Water Services Bill has been passed by Government; New dates announced for the Water New Zealand Conference and Expo 2021 and advance your career in water by joining the October cohort of our Digital Badges.
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.
Time is running out to get your nominations in for the Water New Zealand Excellence Awards. Find out about new professional development and learning opportunities, and how to estimate your organisation's carbon emissions.
Get your entries in for the 2021 Water New Zealand Excellence Awards, it is a great way to give your team and your organisation the recognition they deserve. And, if you are a Water New Zealand member and you missed our latest Three Waters Reform update webinar, you can now watch it online.
Ngā mihi o te tau hou! Happy Matariki!
In this week's Pipeline, read about the water stars of Matariki and hear what Matariki means to some of our members. Plus, if you haven't already registered, you have until 16 July to take advantage of the Earlybird and Group registration packages for the Water New Zealand Conference and Expo.
Water New Zealand Backflow Conference earlybird sale ends soon, get in quick to receive a huge discount.
In this week's Pipeline; New Zealanders rank drinking water as our number one infrastructure issue, the Water New Zealand Conference & Expo draft programme is online, and register for the next Taumata Arowai update.
Register now to get super cheap Water New Zealand Conference & Expo 2021 rates, register for the latest information on Taumata Arowai, read about the latest $185b needed to fix the country's water network and find about our Cultural Significance and Importance of Water module.
Mark the date in your diary - Water New Zealand Conference & Expo 2021 earlybird and group registrations open Wednesday, 9 June.
In today's Pipeline; $296M for the creation of new water entities, take a look at our Stormwater Conference 2021 photos and see our latest updates, industry news, and job vacancies
We're having a great week in Tauranga at the Stormwater Conference, but if you didn't get to join us this time, we've got plenty more events and opportunities coming up over the next few weeks. Our latest Water magazine is now online and there's a pile of interesting and informative reading to keep you well occupied in these cooler days.
Can you believe that Stormwater 2021 is less than two weeks away? Don't miss out on this year's amazing program.
In this week's Pipeline; a look into the state of New Zealand's water infrastructure; new Inspiring the Future programme to broaden young people's career horizons; and the latest Association updates, industry news, events and job vacancies
In this issue of Pipeline: There is still time to nominate a colleague for a stormwater award; register for the next Taumata Arowai update webinar; as the latest Association updates, industry news, events and job vacancies.
Hot off the Press - our National Performance Review is out now! There's still time to nominate colleagues for a Stormwater award and to book a stand at our conference in Tauranga. If you missed our latest webinar with Taumata Arowai, you can click on the link in this newsletter to catch up. Have a happy April Fool's Day and a safe Easter break.
Get in quick to get reduced Stormwater rates, register for the latest information on Taumata Arowai, find about our Cultural Significance and Importance of Water module and check out the latest edition of Water.
In this edition, Modelling Symposium has moved online due to the change in COVID-19 alert levels and the Water New Zealand Conference & Expo - Expo stand sales going live next week. Check out our new guide on Te Mana o te Wai in the water services sector.
We hope you're taking care and staying COVID-safe. In this edition, we have more details on our major conferences - the Water New Zealand Conference & Expo and our Stormwater Conference. We hope to see you there.
Hope you’re enjoying these balmy summer weeks. We’ve confirmed the dates for our biggest event – the 2021 Water New Zealand Conference & Expo, and there’s still time to get earlybird rates for Stormwater in Tauranga.
Our draft submission on the Water Services Bill is almost complete and we’ll be running a webinar to get feedback from members later this month. Find out what you can do to help reduce plastic waste by helping promote tap water refilling.
Welcome to the first Pipeline newsletter of the year. We hope that you have enjoyed the festive season and are looking forward to the year ahead.
Today is our final Pipeline for 2020 and what a year it's been! We want to take the opportunity to give special thanks again to our essential workers who kept us safe during COVID-19 lockdowns as well as all our other members – many of you went to great lengths to ensure that New Zealanders continued to get access to water services. You’ve all done a great job in difficult circumstances.
In this issue of Pipeline: Conference highlights; Congratulations to the 2020 Water New Zealand award winners; latest issue of Water is out now; Taumata Arowai - a whole new perspective on Wai; as well as the latest association updates, industry news, events and job vacancies.
A very big ‘thank you’ to everyone who attended the Water New Zealand Conference & Expo.
In this issue of Pipeline: That's a wrap for the 2020 Water New Zealand Conference & Expo; Water as a Taonga; Fatberg Spills 20,000 Litres of Sewage; as the latest Association updates, industry news, events and job vacancies.
We’re looking forward to welcoming all our exhibitors, speakers and delegates to this year’s Water New Zealand Conference and Expo in just over a week.
In this issue of Pipeline: Ngāi Tahu taking Government to court over water rights; Water metering throws up eye-watering results; Mother invents a sustainable solution to wet wipes; as the latest Association updates, industry news, events and job vacancies.
In this issue of Pipeline: Hybrid conference registrations are available; how to join a Special Interest Group (SIG); Wellington's pipe crisis; asset management data, water law forum; as well as the latest Association updates, industry news, events and job vacancies.
In this issue of Pipeline: Register for the biggest event on the three waters calendar; Brave blue world screening; Māori worldview climate and carbon webinar; largest solar farm in country; wastewater testing for COVID; as well as the latest association updates, industry news, events and job vacancies.
In this issue of Pipeline: Protecting wastewater professionals from COVID-19; Taumata Arowai Iwi/Māori hui on 3 water's reform; COVID wastewater testing in Brazil; Draft submission on building for climate change programme; Board update; as well as the latest association updates, industry news, events and job vacancies.
Annual Conference & Expo postponed until the 17-19 November 2020
In this issue of Pipeline: Stormwater 2020 award winners announced; download your poster to support Māori Language Week; new Freshwater Regulations; Climate Change research; as well as the latest association updates, industry news, events and job vacancies.
Don't forget to Vote in the Board Elections - Closing 3 September
In this issue of Pipeline; Annual Conference update, COVID wastewater testing results, 3 waters reform, water sensitive urban design, Māori Language Week posters; as well as the latest association updates, industry news, events and job vacancies.
Keep track of where you've been. Download the NZ COVID Tracer app.
In this issue of Pipeline; Stormwater conference update, a reminder to bin all wet wipes, Award nominations deadline extended, CoP Asset metadata standards for 3 waters; as well as the latest association updates, industry news, events and job vacancies.
Latest industry update - new water legislation will transform drinking water safety and delivery.
Also in this issue of Pipeline; passing of Taumata Arowai - the Water Services Regulator Bill; nominations are open for the Water New Zealand Awards, the latest issue of Water is available online; as well as the latest association updates, industry news, events and job vacancies.
In this issue of Pipeline; virtually meet our new CEO; nominations for the Water New Zealand 2020 Awards are open; $761 million investment in drinking water infrastructure; as well as the latest association updates, industry news, events and job vacancies.
In this issue of Pipeline; New CEO appointed to Water New Zealand; more sector representation needed in new fast-track bill; hear what Bill Bayfield has to say about the new water regulator; as well as the latest association updates, industry news, events and job vacancies.