Sewerage networks for Waipiukurau and Waipawa. New connections. Building and sewers. Trade waste discharging.
The wastewater system collects wastewater from the residential, commercial and industrial areas of Waipukurau and carries the waste to the treatment facility on Mt Herbert Road. The pipe work ranges in size from 100 mm Ø up to and including 600 mm Ø and is made of a range of materials including glazed earthenware, uPVC, concrete, asbestos cement, steel and galvanised iron.
There are 524 manholes within approx. 41km of reticulation, 4 lift pump stations (Svenson, Redwood, Takapau & Harris), one main pump station (Mt Herbert), and 1920 connections within the system.
The sewage is collected at the main pump station on Mt Herbert Road, adjacent to the wastewater treatment plant. The sewage is pumped into a partitioned area of the oxidation pond where six aerators provide intense aeration.
At the bottom of this page you can open an illustrated description of the Waipukurau Wastewater Treatment Plant and how it works.
The Waipawa Wastewater Scheme collects wastewater from the residential, commercial, and industrial areas of Waipawa and delivers it via a gravity sewer system to the pump station at the Oxidation Pond.
It has had numerous upgrades to enable it to meet the present and projected demands placed on it. The pipe work ranges in size from 100 mm Ø up to and including 450 mm Ø and made of various materials including earthenware, uPVC, concrete, and asbestos cement.
There are 186 manholes, 7 lamp holes, 23.2 km of sewer mains, and 845 connections within the reticulation.
The sewage gravity feeds to a pumping station adjacent to the oxidation pond off Pourerere Road, approximately 1.5 kilometres east of Waipawa. The sewage is then pumped up into the oxidation pond where an aerator has been installed in the facultative area of the pond.
Following on from our media release in the CHB Mail on the 20th November, 2018 regarding the future of our wastewater treatment plants, CHBDC is investigating options for improved wastewater treatment and discharge schemes for the communities of Otane, Waipawa and Waipukurau.
Look out for the results of this survey to be publicised. This is the first step in our consultation process, there will be more opportunities to share your views next year.
Note: Water Connections from the Council main, to and including the toby and/or meter manifold must be installed by a contractor approved by Council for the installation of water connections, at the applicant's expense.
New connections to the sewerage reticulation must be installed by a contractor approved by the Council.
Council does not endorse building over public sewers. Where there is no practical alternative, Council will consider it with the following conditions:
The operation and maintenance of the sewerage system and of wastewater treatment is managed by the Technical Services Department.
Charges for the discharge of Trade Waste and conditions thereof are recovered under the Central Hawke's Bay District Council Trade Waste Bylaw 2008. The charges are provided in Schedule 1D of the Bylaw.
Disclaimers and Copyright
While every endeavour has been taken by the Central Hawke's Bay District Council to ensure that the information on this website is accurate and up to date, Central Hawke's Bay District Council shall not be liable for any loss suffered through the use, directly or indirectly, of information on this website. Information contained has been assembled in good faith. Some of the information available in this site is from the New Zealand Public domain and supplied by relevant government agencies. Central Hawke's Bay District Council cannot accept any liability for its accuracy or content. Portions of the information and material on this site, including data, pages, documents, online graphics and images are protected by copyright, unless specifically notified to the contrary. Externally sourced information or material is copyright to the respective provider.
© Central Hawke's Bay District Council - / +64 6 857 8060 / firstname.lastname@example.org