Karori-Ngauranga water pipeline to be upgraded

Last updated 13:20 21/09/2012

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Work to improve the Wellington Regional Council's bulk water supply pipeline between Ngauranga and Karori will begin on September 24 and will take up to seven weeks.

Contractors will install a valve in a section of the Ngauranga to Karori pipeline at the Otari-Wilton's Bush car park in Wilton Rd.

The pipeline connects to Wilton's Warwick St water supply pumping station which, along with the Karori pumping station, supplies water to the reservoirs of Wellington city's western suburbs.

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