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Wairarapa Engineering Lifelines Association

Logo of the Wairarapa Engineering Lifelines Association

The Wairarapa Engineering Lifelines Association (or WELA) was formed in 1996 following a public meeting to discuss the risks to engineering lifelines from natural hazards, the likely impact on the local community and what was being achieved by other study groups in New Zealand.

What the Wairarapa Engineering Lifelines Association does

The Wairarapa Engineering Lifelines Association works with its members to: 

  • Study the Wairarapa’s engineering lifelines to assess levels of risk from natural hazards and suggest mitigation measures to reduce the level of risk
  • Support existing lifeline providers by updating and refining information on hazards and mitigation measures, and by participating in research on engineering lifelines.

Members of the Wairarapa Engineering Lifelines Association 

The current members of the Wairarapa Engineering Lifelines Association are: