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Articles

01 September 2022

Bill Bayfield resigns

Taumata Arowai Chief Executive Bill Bayfield has announced his resignation.

25 July 2022

Taumata Arowai publishes drinking water Rules

Taumata Arowai has published a raft of documents that set the strategic direction for the new Crown entity and important regulatory requirements.

14 July 2022

New water services regulator shines light on drinking water

Bill Bayfield, CE of Taumata Arowai, today announced the publication of its first Annual Drinking Water Regulation Report.

03 June 2022

Taumata Arowai welcomes the Rural Drinking Water Supplies Working Group’s recommendations

Taumata Arowai has welcomed the recommendations made by the Rural Drinking Water Supplies Working Group to the Department of Internal Affairs.

10 May 2022

Study on the concentration and prevalence of Asbestos fibres in Christchurch

A study on the concentration and prevalence of Asbestos fibres in Christchurch by experts from Otago University and ENGEO Consultancy.

01 April 2022

Taumata Arowai launches Public Register of Drinking Water Supplies

Bill Bayfield, Chief Executive of the new water services regulator, Taumata Arowai, has today launched the Public Register of Drinking Water Supplies.

21 March 2022

National Performance Review provides valuable performance insights

Bill Bayfield welcomes the recent publication of the National Performance Review by Water New Zealand.

17 January 2022

Taumata Arowai seeks feedback on new drinking water guidance

Taumata Arowai is consulting on proposed new documents to guide the way drinking water is supplied to people across the country.

06 December 2021

Taumata Arowai meets with Christchurch City Council on safe drinking water

National drinking water regulator met with Christchurch City Council to discuss mutual responsibilities under the new Water Services Act.

15 November 2021

Taumata Arowai now new water services regulator

From today Taumata Arowai begins its role and powers as the new independent water services regulator for Aotearoa.