A new wastewater treatment system is being built in Auckland, New Zealand.
The New Zealand Environment Protection Agency says the new treatment plant will be able to remove the sewage from the city’s sewage system in a matter of days, and treat the lake’s wastewater.
It is expected to be up and running in time for the start of the city-wide sewage treatment campaign in 2018.
A spokesperson for the agency told New Zealanders can expect a quicker treatment process and lower cost in the longer term, because the system is designed to take on a more active role in treating sewage.
“It’s been designed to be more efficient at treating sewage, and to make the process more cost effective, it’s designed to reduce the amount of sewage we have to use, and we think that that’s a big benefit to the environment,” the spokesperson said.
The spokesperson said the system was built to be “highly efficient”, and will be fully operational by the start.
A sewage is a type of water that can carry nutrients such as nitrogen and phosphorous into the oceans, and is the main source of waste in the world’s oceans.
It has been a contentious issue for New Zealand over the past few years, with many people, including some politicians, arguing that the treatment process used in the country’s treatment plants should be more environmentally friendly.
It’s a process that uses a mixture of chemicals to remove contaminants from the water.
It can be used to clean up sewage, but it has also been controversial because it has been blamed for the contamination of freshwater resources, such as wetlands.
There have been calls for a new treatment system to be installed on the city outskirts, as New Zealand has the third highest sewage in the Western Hemisphere, behind only Chile and Colombia.
New Zealand’s wastewater treatment plant.
Source: Reuters/CorbisThe New South Wales government has also announced a pilot project in a small area of the state’s North Island, which aims to start using the system in 2018, and will have it operating in 2020.
The pilot is part of the Government’s efforts to improve wastewater management in the state, as well as to address the growing sewage problem in New Zealand, which has the highest sewaste in the World.
The pilot area, called Lake Lanier, will be used as a pilot site to determine the best way to implement the pilot project, which is expected in 2018 and 2019.
In addition to Lake Laniers treatment plant, the New Zealand Environmental Protection Agency also announced the start date of a pilot in Otago, which will use the system to clean Lake Murchison’s lake bed.
A new sewage treatment plant is being constructed in Auckland.
A wastewater treatment facility is seen in the Auckland suburb of Tauranga.
Source: SuppliedA spokeswoman for the state government said the pilot site was “designed to reduce landfill and sewage emissions”, and was part of a wider “regenerative” wastewater treatment plan to “reduce landfill and sewer emissions and improve water quality”.
“We’ve got a huge amount of waste coming through the city centre every day, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg,” she said.
“We have an environmental crisis here.
So, this is part and parcel of our response, and part of how we’ll do it.”
The spokeswoman said New Zealand had “a massive amount of sewage”, and the treatment system would be used in conjunction with other new technology such as wastewater treatment plants, and an enhanced pilot program.