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  • Health & Safety Message | Central Plains Water
    Communications Newsletter Latest News Press Releases Company Documents River Pic Health Safety Message December 2 2015 Post navigation Nitrogen Allocation Strategy Congratulations to Will Cookson of Hororata School Contact Us Physical Address Central Plains Water Limited Level 1 114 Wrights Road Addington Christchurch 8024 Phone 03 982 4267 Postal Address PO Box 9424 Tower Junction Christchurch 8149 Submit a query CPWL Operations Enquiries 03 928 2960 CPWL Infrastructure Emergency 03

    Original URL path: http://www.cpwl.co.nz/latest-news/health-safety-message (2016-05-02)
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  • Nitrogen Allocation Strategy | Central Plains Water
    Communications Newsletter Latest News Press Releases Company Documents River Pic Nitrogen Allocation Strategy October 13 2015 Post navigation Central Plains Water moves to Stage II Planning Health Safety Message Contact Us Physical Address Central Plains Water Limited Level 1 114 Wrights Road Addington Christchurch 8024 Phone 03 982 4267 Postal Address PO Box 9424 Tower Junction Christchurch 8149 Submit a query CPWL Operations Enquiries 03 928 2960 CPWL Infrastructure Emergency

    Original URL path: http://www.cpwl.co.nz/latest-news/nitrogen-allocation-strategy (2016-05-02)
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  • CPWL wins the INFINZ Debt Deal of the Year | Central Plains Water
    ANZ Westpac was the winner of the Deal of the Year Award last Thursday 14th May This is recognition of the role the project plays in the economy and environment as well as the complexity involved to achieve a banking solution This is a huge credit to the CPWL team board members and Shareholders Post navigation Home Image 1 Central Plains Water moves to Stage II Planning Contact Us Physical

    Original URL path: http://www.cpwl.co.nz/latest-news/1192 (2016-05-02)
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  • PGG Wrightson Field Day – 8th May 2014 | Central Plains Water
    Part of our commitment to this philosophy is having our staff working to provide the best advice to help you make the right choices when converting dryland to irrigated land within the Central Plains District Making Water Pay More information on the field day please click on the invite PGG Wrightson Field Day Invite Post navigation Contractor Named for 140m Stage 1 of Central Plains Water Project 4th July Press

    Original URL path: http://www.cpwl.co.nz/uncategorized/pgg-wrightson-fielday-8th-may-2014 (2016-05-02)
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  • Contractor Named for $140m Stage 1 of Central Plains Water Project | Central Plains Water
    for all shareholders in the 20 000ha Stage 1 area we have to hit the ground running and running very fast with a monthly expenditure around 10 million In that respect we are very fortunate in that our two appointed contractors have recently completed similar type projects in the area Fulton Hogan has just completed work on the Tekapo canals in the Mackenzie Basin and Downer who is working with Aquaduct Bosch the team which installed the Valetta Irrigation scheme in Mid Canterbury where they have upgraded the irrigation reticulation network from the existing open channel system to a piped network In fact in less than two months time we should be well on our way to having over 150 people working on a number of sites throughout the Stage 1 area he said Stage 1 will include Building the 17km long headrace canal and 130km long pipe distribution network From edge to edge including side roads the canal will be around 40m wide For the headrace and canal moving 1 9 million cubic metresof earth which includes 377 000m 3 of topsoil the equivalent of removing the topsoil from 125 hectares The contractors also need to install 550 000square metres 55 hectares of HDPE liner to prevent leakage from the canal Building 13 bridges each spanning approximately 25m 10 on farm bridges and 3 public road bridges And this does not take into consideration the enormous amount of work that is going on behind the scenes Our final land access discussions are taking place with landowners and we are continuing to gather shareholder data in relation to nutrient management irrigation use and fertilizer application etc to assist us in building an accurate database of information as part of our submissions to the Land and Water Regional Plan hearings later

    Original URL path: http://www.cpwl.co.nz/latest-news/communications/contractor-named-140m-stage-1-central-plains-water-project (2016-05-02)
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  • One on One – Interview with Susan Goodfellow | Central Plains Water
    One Interview with Susan Goodfellow August 5 2013 Susan Goodfellow being interviewed by Jo Kane on CTV s One on One Post navigation Water Monitoring Heritage Ecological Surveys Contractor Named for 140m Stage 1 of Central Plains Water Project Contact Us Physical Address Central Plains Water Limited Level 1 114 Wrights Road Addington Christchurch 8024 Phone 03 982 4267 Postal Address PO Box 9424 Tower Junction Christchurch 8149 Submit a

    Original URL path: http://www.cpwl.co.nz/latest-news/communications/one-on-one-interview-with-susan-goodfellow (2016-05-02)
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  • Latest News | Central Plains Water | Page 2
    project which includes all activities needed to get to a final investment decision Continue reading Water to be delivered in September next year The plan is to have water available to irrigate at least 5000 ha on the south western section of the project around Te Pirita by September 2014 Continue reading CPW welcomes Solid Energy staff June 11 2013 A group of former Solid Energy NZ staff initially seconded for design work on the Central Plains Water CPWL scheme have joined CPW as permanent employees The expertise of the group was engaged late last year to project manage the Continue reading Central Plains Irrigation Limited CPIL irrigation scheme wins initial support The first stage of the Central Plains Water irrigation scheme has won the non binding support of more than 70 per cent of farmers shareholders Backers of the CPWL scheme have estimated the total cost of the 56 kilometre canal and feeder Continue reading CPW signs agreement for access to Lake Coleridge Central Plains Water Ltd CPWL has signed an historic agreement with TrustPower to store water in Lake Coleridge for use by its shareholders when the Rakaia River flow is low Doug Catherwood chair of CPWL in

    Original URL path: http://www.cpwl.co.nz/category/latest-news/page/2 (2016-05-02)
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  • Central Plains Water moves to Stage II Planning | Central Plains Water
    one of two that the IAF has committed to CPW which must match the commitment do llar for dollar Derek Crombie chief executive of CPW said that they have relooked at their initial plans and decided they will enlarge Stage II to 30 000ha compared with the original 20 000ha In our initial plans we had fixed stages but by pushing the canal further across towards Darfield to finish near the dairy factory we can open up an extra 10 000ha in this stage which will leave about 10 000h a of infill as part of Stage 3 It will also me an that we may be able to build the last part of the headrace more efficiently Much will depend on farmer uptake of shares as to how Stage 2 and Stage 3 pans out Stage 2 is decidedly different to Stage I in that only 25 of the land is presently irriga ted in Stage 2 compared with 75 when we started Stage 1 he said The Stage 2 canal will now be 26kms with eight feeder pipelines coming off the canal to irrigate the 30 000ha compared with 17 k m s of canal and four feeder pipelines in the Stage I design The new Stage II is expected to cost 250 million which includes land purchases design and construction and will take two years to complete starting in September next year Crombie said that Stage I was right on schedule and commissioning tests were starting on the intake which will be followed by the testing of the gates and introduction of water into the sediment pond Filling of the canal will commence in July Construction of the 17km long canal earthworks and structures is complete and we have about 3 kms left of lining We expect

    Original URL path: http://www.cpwl.co.nz/press-releases/central-plains-water-moves-to-stage-ii-planning (2016-05-02)
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