The trucking operations that have been operating this week, continue to prevent sludge from being discharged into the Cook Strait. The alternative operation means trucks on 24 hour rotation collect the wastewater treatment byproduct at the Moa Point Treatment Plant, taking it to the landfill at Carey’s Gully.
The operation was today refined by reducing the amount of trucks on the road and splitting them into two shifts of 6-7 trucks each. These trucks are continuing to keep up with demand, and are operating efficiently.
The fault in the pipeline was located yesterday, and we are continuing to plan a repair with a temporary bypass, as well as a long term fix. The location appears to be about 200m inside the tunnel under Mt Albert.
We are working with the local community at Moa Point, and are holding a community meeting on Sunday to update them on the project and address any concerns residents may have.
We will provide further update on Monday 27 January.
The grey pavement, sky, and drizzling rain are no match for the fluorescent orange figure grooving to unheard music on the side of Wellington's Evans Bay Parade.
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Our Bridge Lessons are about to start next week and learn the greatest card game in the world! Tennis legend Martina Navaratilova and winner of 59 Grand Slam titles. On the topic of bridge, she has been quoted as saying “No matter where I go, I can always make new friends at the bridge table. Bridge teaches logic, reasoning, quick thinking, patience, concentration and partnership skills.
Monday, February 24, 2020 at 7.30pm
To register, please phone 476 6179
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
or visit our website: www.karoribridge.com...
This 12-lesson course is running over a period of 7 weeks which includes lots of card play and comprehensive course notes. The two-hour lessons are held twice weekly on Mondays and Wednesdays and finish on 6 April 2020. The 12 lessons cost of $60 will be deducted from your membership fee to 31 May 2021 when you join the club.
Bring along a friend, a partner or just yourself!
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