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Inspiring women in leadership

Ivy Araujo and Amber Byrnes from the Citycare Water Christchurch team are sharing their career stories for the Christchurch City Holdings Ltd Te Puna Manawa programme, which aims to inspire female leadership in our wider council-owned organisations.

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Celebrating 20 years in New Plymouth

It's important to highlight the anniversaries of our community connections, and it’s with pleasure that we shout out to our team in New Plymouth to celebrate 20 years of service to the New Plymouth District Council.

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Supporting waterways restoration with Conservation Volunteers

We’re excited to announce a new partnership with Conservation Volunteers New Zealand (CVNZ) that aligns with our commitment to protect the health of our water.

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It’s never too late to start an apprenticeship

New Citycare Water drainlaying apprentices Graeme Cleave and Shelley McBratney have a lot in common. They are not only a couple, but their two sons also work with them in our Dunedin drainage team, and they’ve jointly decided to study and take on their apprenticeships later in life.

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Innovation in action in smart water meter experiments

Innovation is in action across the motu with trials of new smart water meters by our Citycare Water Digital Services team. In Auckland we a trialling a new type of smart water meter which connects to the street lightning network to send wireless water usage data.

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Mentoring unemployed Timaru youth into potential roles

Citycare Water Timaru supports kaupapa Māori, whenua-based employment and training programmes at Te Aitarakihi under their rangatahi (youth) programmes – Mahi Arataki (Pathways to Prosperity). These programmes offer opportunities towards future prospects and employment.

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Hunua tank reinstatement doubles water supply

The drinking water reservoir supply in Hunua Ranges Regional Park has doubled after the Citycare Water Auckland Small Waters Team recommissioned an existing water tank.

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Young engineers programme in Auckland

An initiative by our Auckland team is recognising and developing the talent of up-and-coming young engineers.

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Duder Regional Park wastewater disposal field upgrade

The wastewater disposal field at Duder Regional Park on Auckland’s East Coast was recently upgraded by the Citycare Water Auckland Small Waters Team.

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Parting the Avon River for a safe tide gate replacement

Innovation by Citycare Water to deliver a stormwater pump station renewal project for Christchurch City Council held back the waters of the Avon River Ōtākaro so the team could work safely.

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Helping Mother Nature 2023

Giving Mother Nature a helping hand was the focus of more than 600 volunteers involved in the Mother of All Clean-ups 2023 in Christchurch recently.

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A whale of a find

Citycare Water teams sometimes come across interesting objects where they’re working in the country’s wastewater networks, and recently an exciting, historical find needed an archaeologist’s explanation.

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Te Mana o te Wai - Valuing our water

Water is such an integral part of our business and our lives outside of work that we want to mark World Water Day and celebrate the fantastic efforts our Citycare Water team make today and every day.

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Diverting Ewaste from landfill

Diverting electronic waste or Ewaste from landfill is an important part of the sustainability work undertaken by Citycare Group. The Molten Media Community Trust recently collected 700 kilogrammes of outdated computers, laptops, screens, keyboards, mice, and monitors in Christchurch to be recycled, Citycare Water IT Manager Ryan Brinch says.

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