We are providing regional (all city/district) figures for service requests (all waters); bursts where drinking water supply is interrupted; leaks where there is no loss of supply; and overflows where wastewater has ended up outside of the system (like in gully traps, driveways, roads, gardens and homes).

Bursts (unplanned)

Date

HCC

PCC

SWDC

UHCC

WCC

 31 - 6 April

 1

 3

 0

 1

 3

 24-30 March

 3

 1

 0

 0

 2

 17-23 March

 2

 2

 0

 0

 3

 10-16 March

 0

 0

 0

 0

 0

 3-9 March

 3

 3

 0

 0

 1

 24-2 March

 0

 1

 0

 0

 0

 17-23 February

 2

 1

 0

 1

 0

 10-16 February

 1

 0 

 0 

 0 

 1 

Leaks

Date

HCC

PCC

SWDC

UHCC

WCC

 31 - 6 April

 38

 13

 3

 18

 101

 24-30 March

 47

 31

 8

 33

 78

 17-23 March

 76 

 31

 13

 53

 102

 10-16 March

 92

 32

 12 

 65

 303

 3-9 March

 101

 32

 31

 52

 92

24-2 March

 118

 41

 11

 42

 144

 17-23 February

 82

 22

 8

 27

 149

 10-16 February

 76

 12 

 11 

 21 

 105 

Overflows

Date

HCC

PCC

SWDC

UHCC

WCC

 31 - 6 April

 7

 10

 2

 4

 25

 24-30 March

 4

 4

 1

 2

 17

 17-23 March

 5

 8

 2

 0

 26

 10-16 March

 5

 6 

 2

 1

 31

 3-9 March

 7 

 8

 2

 1

 21

24-2 March

 9

 20

 1

 0

 17

 17-23 February

 3

 4 

 1 

 0

 21

 10-16 February

 2

 4 

 0 

 0 

 14 

 

Because each service request requires investigation, we are not able to definitively state whether the service request is for the private/public network until further discoveries are made.

These numbers above are inclusive of private and public network issues. Major causes of overflows are tree roots and the flushing of stuff other than the 3 P's. Most leaks are associated with leaking tobys, fire hydrants and residential pipe faults. They are not indicative of public network outages.

Further information

For further, more specific information, please contact us at info@wellingtonwater.co.nz