Watercare has unveiled its Asset Management Plan (2021-2041), which outlines how the water company will spend $18.5 billion over the next 20 years to maintain and develop a resilient water and wastewater network for its customers, Auckland Council announces. According to Watercare chief executive Jon Lamonte, the comprehensive plan (and biggest investment programme to date) outlines how Watercare will deliver new water sources and infrastructure to cater for Auckland’s growing population, renew some ageing assets and expand the wastewater network.
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