Wellington’s sprinkler ban has been lifted– but with sporadic rain forecast for winter residents still need to avoid wasting water.
The restrictions were put in place for the Hutt Valley, South Wairarapa, Wellington city and Porirua in mid-February as water usage soared during the summer months.
From Tuesday, residents in Lower Hutt, Porirua and Wellington city can again use sprinklers and irrigation systems, Wellington Water said. In Upper Hutt and South Wairarapa people can do so every second day, as is usual.
Most of the Wellington region’s drinking water comes from rivers and the Waiwhetu aquifer under the Hutt Valley. River levels fell to 90 per cent before the sprinkler ban.
Meanwhile, people in the Wairarapa town of Carterton still have to boil their water after E. coli bacteria was found in the water supply on March 12.
Monthly AEA Worldwide Web events are held on the third Sunday of each month.
For May it is 8.00 am on Sunday 17th.
For newcomers interested in receiving a Zoom invitation for the event, please email email@example.com.
6pm, Tuesday 18 May at Simmer Café.
Scots College provides an all-round education for girls and boys Years 1 to 13. Students at Scots are offered opportunities and support to realise their potential across academia, sporting, cultural and service.
Join their Principals when visiting Churton Park to find out more. Scots offers direct transport links to the Churton Park, Khandallah and Crofton Downs areas.
Scots is one College comprised of three schools: Prep (Years 1-6), Middle (Years 7-10) and Senior (Years 11-13).
Rsvp to attend is appreciated. See you there!