From today, Hawke’s Bay Regional Council is undertaking inspections in Wairoa to check the state of the drains and pump stations.
Inspections are expected to take approximately a week and will highlight the need for immediate repairs and/or maintenance work.
This work includes removing silt from drains, clearing blockages, removing debris, ensuring pump stations are functioning and looking at river mouths.
Following inspections, a full review of the drainage scheme is planned. This will look at the capability of the scheme, whether it’s appropriate for the community, and if not – what needs to happen to ensure it is meeting the level of service.
The Wairoa drainage scheme consists of 51km of drains and four pump stations.
Arlene Crispin, Communications Advisor | E firstname.lastname@example.org | P 027 241 3345
30 March 2023
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