The construction of the Frimley water treatment and storage facility is well underway, with contractors on-site working on new bores and the groundworks for the new 8000m3
storage tank and treatment building.
On an adjacent site, contractors continue to work on the installation of water pipes that will link into the new storage and treatment facility.
That work is one of three major water projects underway in Hastings: the upgrade of all small community drinking water supplies, the construction of the Frimley facility, and Waiaroha, a water treatment and storage facility with education component in the central city.
They reflect Hastings District Council’s commitment to providing safe drinking water and to adding capacity and resilience to the network.
The upgrading of all eight small community drinking water supplies continues, with the Haumoana and Te Awanga facility reaching the end of its commissioning phase as this publication went to print.
Improvements to the Te Pōhue, Whirinaki and Esk Valley, Clive and Waimārama are underway. Each is at a different stage, ranging from almost completed, to a start being made on site works.
Waiaroha has undergone community consultation and is in its consenting phase.
30 November 2020
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