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Watercare has announced a new wastewater tariff for all Auckland
businesses that will remove charging anomalies and bring greater
fairness to the region.
The new tariff -- to be phased in over three years -- will standardise the
cost of wastewater for Watercare's 22,000 business and other non-
The 44 wastewater tariffs, currently paid by non-domestic users, were
set by the former councils which each approached charging differently.
As a result, the cost of wastewater varies, depending on where in
Auckland a business or organisation is located.
Standardising the wastewater tariff will affect all of Watercare's non-
domestic customers; some businesses will pay less than they did
previously and others will pay more.
Watercare will be supporting its customers through this transition,
a change that will be signi cant for some organisations.
Standardising the wastewater tariff is not intended to generate
additional revenue for Watercare; instead it addresses an important
issue of equity in the interests of Auckland business.
For more information about the new non-domestic wastewater tariff,
go to www.watercare.co.nz
Watercare Services Limited, Private Bag 94010, Auckland 2241
Fairer WasteWater Charges For
Business to Be introduCed
on hand made pots,
vessels, art panels,
bowls, platters, home
ware & garden art
Tongue Farm Road Matakana
MORRIS & JAMES
hand made pottery
Sale discounts available while stock lasts.
Sale starts 9am Saturday18 May and ends 5pm Monday 3 June.
Online sale runs concurrently.
a culinary experience
take your senses on a culinary
journey as you discover & taste the
products and harvest of our local
matakana coast artisans
Morris & James Pavilion
Saturday 18 May 12-5pm
Sheep shearing on show
The Ambury flock of sheep are lin-
ing up for one of their twice-yearly
trims and you're welcome down on
the farm to watch.
Shearing of Ambury Regional
Park's 600-plus sheep is on
Work starts about 7am and goes
in two-hour runs, with half-hour
breaks for morning and afternoon
tea, and an hour for lunch.
The team of professional shea-
rers, a rousie and a presser, will
be assisted by park staff, and
work is likely to end around
Ambury Regional Park is a
working farm on the shores of the
Manukau Harbour at Mangere.
Shearers can shear 20-40 sheep
an hour depending on their level
of experience and wool is sorted
and pressed by the wool handlers.
If the leadup to shearing day is
too wet, work will be postponed --
phone Auckland Council on
301 0101 to check.
Get signing -- that's the
message Deaf Aotearoa
is sending during New
Zealand Sign Language
Week, which runs until
The organisation is
calling on Kiwis to learn
25 signs via an online
NZSL Taster Class.
this week to watch inter-
active clips and learn
how to sign everyday
words and phrases.
Plus, everyone who
takes part in the online
NZSL Taster Class can
enter a quiz on the web-
site and be in to win
to see a range of NZSL
T-shirts, toolkits, book-
lets and other resources.
Go to nzslweek.org.nz
for more information.
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