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We are working to fix a wastewater main on State Highway One, northbound, between the Aotea turnoff and Paremata.
Operations were stable throughout the night following last weekend’s heavy rainfall. The Porirua Harbour pipeline remains offline after the discovery of a fault yesterday.
Wellington Water have now lifted the water conservation notice for Featherston and Greytown. On the morning of Saturday 17 July, Wellington Water asked the people of Featherston and Greytown to conserve water in order to help in preventing any interruption to supply due to bad weather.
The Wellington Water Committee met today (MONDAY 19 JULY), following the government’s latest announcements on three waters reform. Newly appointed chair Lower Hutt Mayor Campbell Barry said the meeting was positive and established a refreshed, more accessible, way of working
Public are being asked to expect delays on State Highway 1 (SH1) in Paremata and avoid swimming in the Porirua harbour due to a burst wastewater main between the Aotea turnoff and Paremata, 200 meters north of Aotea lagoon.