Let's look after our wastewater network!

Whenever you flush a toilet, have a shower, or unplug a sink, that water flows through your plumbing and into the public wastewater network. It's important that we all look after our network to avoid blockages that take time and money to fix.

Learn more
Job Status Map

Register For Our Text Alert Service

Our Text Alert service allows you to register your address and receive text notifications when there is a water outage or incident in your area. Register in three easy steps.

Text ‘HELLO’ to 8090 to register.


Latest News

VIEW ALL Clickthrough Icon

Martinborough residents asked to conserve water

Following a chlorination dosing fault at the Ruamahanga Water Treatment Plant, Martinborough residents are asked to conserve water

READ MORE Clickthrough Icon

Wellington Water updates on work to restore fluoride to Te Marua and Gear Island Water Treatment Plants

Wellington Water continues to work at pace to restore fluoride to the Te Marua and Gear Island Water Treatment Plants.

READ MORE Clickthrough Icon

Scope and terms of reference set for Wellington Water fluoridation inquiry

The Wellington Water Board has set the scope and terms of reference for an independent inquiry into events that resulted in Wellington Water ceasing fluoridation of drinking water at the Te Marua and Gear Island water treatment plants. 

READ MORE Clickthrough Icon

Service Updates

VIEW ALL Clickthrough Icon
Future Project Icon

Donald Street Pump Station

Clickthrough Icon

Wellington Water is upgrading the Donald Street, Featherston Wastewater Pump Station. Work will begin August 2022 and take 6 months to complete.

Time Icon

Updated: May 18, 2022 | 8:48:08 AM

Time Icon

Updated: May 16, 2022 | 11:56:14 AM

Project Icon

Tauherenikau River Pipe Crossing: long-term renewal project

Clickthrough Icon

Having completed an interim repair of the Tauherenikau River Pipe Crossing, Wellington Water are now working on a project, alongside partners Holmes Consulting and Stantec, to assess long-term solutions for the pipeline. Wellington Water will present various long-term options to council by the end of May, with council scheduled to decide on a long-term solution by the end of July.

Time Icon

Updated: May 13, 2022 | 3:03:48 PM

Learn something new