Drinking Water Assistance Programme (DWAP) provides assistance and mentoring to small water suppliers who participate in the Technical Assistance Programme (TAP) and the Capital Assistance Programme (CAP) in the Northland region.
TAP is a drinking water assistance programme for community water supplies serving a population of <5000, schools, marae, water carriers, camping grounds, clubs etc. TAP participants share and learn of better ways to manage their water supplies and along the way are able to apply best practice principles and operate their water supplies in a sustainable way.
The DWAP Facilitator will assist by offering workshops and ongoing communication that will assist you as the supplier with added knowledge and tools to assess maintain and sustain a future water supply.
TAP workshops include:
NOTE: The TAP is a separate program to the CAP although participation in TAP is one of the requirements to be eligible for CAP
The CAP is a Ministry of Health (MoH) drinking water subsidy aimed at providing funding to assist small water supplies (Population -less than 5000 persons) to upgrade their current water supply, or to include a new supply under defined criteria.
Our DWAP Facilitator's role is to:
NOTE: For CAP improvements worth >$100,000 a registered practicing engineer is required to sign off drinking water improvements milestones when completed.
For any queries Ph: 09-430 4100