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Supplier meetings

We want to work closely with our suppliers for improved health and safety, procurement and customer service outcomes. We hold quarterly meetings with our suppliers. 

If you would like to attend these meetings or be on the mailing list for these meetings, please email info@wellingtonwater.co.nz.

If you have questions around procurement, please email procurement@wellingtonwater.co.nz

Approved water supply contractors

Click here for the current list of approved water supply contractors.

Backflow prevention containment policy

The policy setting out Wellington City Council  and Hutt City Council criteria regarding connection to the city's water supply is available via a pdf at the bottom of the page.

Tender processes

Tender processes are carried out for all upcoming work for Wellington Water. Current tenders can be viewed online.

If you are interested in tendering for upcoming contracts the documents below show the standards expected and documentation required by all contractors.

Health and safety

Our vision is to ensure our people, suppliers and affected parties go home healthy and safe. Our aim is to apply a consistent approach to on-site health and safety across the Wellington region. Our health and safety policy is at the bottom of this page.

Our Contractor's generic health and safety documentation is reviewed by our independent assessor PreQual. A current PreQual assessment is required before a contract with Wellington Water can be awarded. This is to ensure compliance with the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 and the associated guidelines and regulations.

Site-specific health and safety plans also need to be approved before any contractor occupies a site.

For further information refer to the Worksafe New Zealand site: www.business.govt.nz/worksafe

Permit to draw water

To connect to the water supply network via a hydrant, for example to fill a water tanker, you must have a permit. Download the document below.

Building consents

You may need to obtain a building consent from your local council for certain activities.