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An internal review into the drinking water contamination that affected Akaroa and Takamātua earlier this year identifies the poor condition of the L’Aube Hill Reserve reservoir as the likely cause.
Christchurch City Council is challenging aspects of a proposed new law that could result in all reticulated water supplies having to be chemically disinfected.
Level 4 water restrictions are now in place for Akaroa, Takamātua and Duvauchelle on Banks Peninsula as hot weather and critically low stream flows put extra pressure on water supplies.
Water restrictions have been increased from Level 2 to Level 3 for Akaroa, Duvauchelle and Takamatua on Banks Peninsula as increasingly hot and windy conditions put pressure on water supplies.
Level 1 water restrictions have been introduced across Christchurch to ensure the Council can keep supplying a fair amount of water while having enough in reserve for fire-fighting.
Residents in Halswell, Wigram, Hornby, Sockburn and Templeton are being asked to keep conserving water to ease pressure on the local water supply network while work is done at the Denton Pump Station.
Residents in Halswell, Wigram, Hornby, Sockburn and Templeton are being asked to conserve water to ease pressure on the water supply network while work is done on the Denton Pump Station.