Wellington Water

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Wellington Water
2 days ago

Te Marua Water Treatment Plant Open Day

The Team from Wellington Water

Due to the response for our Te Marua Open Day we’re excited to offer four more time slots for a tour of the treatment plant this Sunday.

As with the first lot of tours, these will go fast – so book in your tour now!

For further information and to book your spot, visit … View more
Due to the response for our Te Marua Open Day we’re excited to offer four more time slots for a tour of the treatment plant this Sunday.

As with the first lot of tours, these will go fast – so book in your tour now!

For further information and to book your spot, visit wellingtonwater.co.nz/temaruaopenday

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2 days ago

GREYTOWN & FEATHERSTON UPDATE

The Team from Wellington Water

Thanks to the residents of Greytown and Featherston for conserving water yesterday after the power cut affected water supply.
South Wairarapa are experiencing a district wide power outage at the moment, with power expected to be back on by noon.


Reservoirs are at a reasonable level but it’s a … View more
Thanks to the residents of Greytown and Featherston for conserving water yesterday after the power cut affected water supply.
South Wairarapa are experiencing a district wide power outage at the moment, with power expected to be back on by noon.


Reservoirs are at a reasonable level but it’s a good idea to conserve water where you can until we know the power is back.

3 days ago

GREYTOWN & FEATHERSTON UPDATE

The Team from Wellington Water

Power has successfully been restored, however the reservoir level is low.

We continue to urge residents of Greytown and Featherston to actively conserve water for the next 24 hours to ensure the reservoir can recover.

3 days ago

Power cut affects water supply in South Wairarapa towns

The Team from Wellington Water

Greytown and Featherston residents are being asked to minimise water use and delay their showers, laundry and other water use this morning until power is restored to a critical water pump.

Trees in lines are believed to have cut power to a main water pump that feeds the towns‘ reservoir.

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Greytown and Featherston residents are being asked to minimise water use and delay their showers, laundry and other water use this morning until power is restored to a critical water pump.

Trees in lines are believed to have cut power to a main water pump that feeds the towns‘ reservoir.

Power is expected to be restored mid morning, but Wellington Water advises that the reservoir level is very low and is asking for people to minimise their use until midday.

12 days ago

Residential sprinkler ban in effect

The Team from Wellington Water

A residential sprinkler ban is now in effect for Porirua, Lower Hutt, Upper Hutt and Wellington.

See what this means for you at loveeverydrop.nz

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