Showing 15 results (31 total)
Christchurch City Council is concerned proposed new changes to freshwater planning rules won’t protect the district’s drinking water supply from increasing nitrate levels.
Christchurch City Council is working closely with health officials to ensure Christchurch’s water supply network complies with the new drinking water regulations introduced by the Government.
Christchurch City Council is welcoming the Government’s move to introduce new regulations and a dedicated watchdog to ensure people’s drinking water is safe.
Several unexpected delays to the Christchurch City Council’s well-heads upgrade programme means parts of the city will still receive chlorine-treated drinking water beyond this month.
Christchurch City Council will consider spending an additional $2.2 million next year to improve the security of the district’s drinking water supply.
Christchurch City Council is providing lobby group Aotearoa Water Action (AWA) with a $50,000 grant towards the legal costs of its High Court action.
Christchurch City Council’s Head of Parks has assured residents the Council is practising what it preaches when it comes to limiting its own water use in light of district-wide water restrictions put in place this week.
Level three water restrictions will be introduced across Christchurch to help keep water use down while critical work is done to upgrade the city’s well heads.
With February traditionally the hottest month of the year, Christchurch City Council is reminding residents to keep doing their bit to save water so it can work to remove chlorine from the city’s water supply as soon as possible.