Millions of dollars of South Wairarapa’s drinking water assets will be up to par after the district council rubber-stamped releasing funds for urgent work.
South Wairarapa District Council has committed $500,000 of its reserves to ensure urgent work is completed to meet Wellington Water standards.
The total cost of all improvements could be anywhere from $2.3 million to $5.6m.
The council signed up with the six-council specialist company in October, and quickly found that further infrastructure investment was needed. Read More