Quality, monitoring and analysis of Christchurch water.
On 14 April 2020 Christchurch City Council submitted to the Government for support for just over $1 billion worth of ‘shovel-ready’ Christchurch infrastructure projects that can quickly stimulate the economy and create jobs, including smart water monitoring. Read more on Newsline.
A typical average chemical (naturally occurring) analysis of Christchurch water.
The Council is temporarily treating Christchurch's drinking water with chlorine while it upgrades well heads.
The meters are read for the purpose of water conservation to determine if there is excessive water usage and identify if there are any leaks.
Arrange for the Council to take a meter reading for a property.