31 days ago

Titahi Bay beach

The Team from Wellington Water

UPDATE 20/9/2019
We have received the results from the shoreline testing following the public concern raised via social media.

The results are well below bathing standards, indicating it is safe for recreational water activity.

We have been made aware of a video on social media of Titahi Bay beach with comments of suspected wastewater pollution/sewage.

We can confirm there has been no discharge or overflow event from the Porirua Wastewater Treatment Plant.

The video shows seaweed and sea foam, which is common following heavy winds.

We will be conducting tests in the area for reassurance, and will provide an update when these results have been received.

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