Water and Waste
This section contains information about rubbish collections and recycling, sewage treatment and disposal, management of stormwater and the district's water supply.
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The Waitaua Awa Restoration Project's goal is to improve
the health of, and restore the Waitaua Awa (River).
The Whau Valley Water Treatment Plant will process drinking water from the Whau Valley Dam and Hatea River.
The rubbish collection, disposal and waste recycling services we provide.
How we manage the district's sewerage network.
How we manage the stormwater system in the district.
Information about the district's water supply and storage.
The Whangarei Harbour Water Quality Improvement Strategy.
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