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New CEO of Manukau Water Ltd

08 March 2006

Raveen Jaduram has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer of Manukau Water Limited.

Raveen has been appointed as CEO-Designate taking up the role officially on 3 July this year. Until that time Raveen will continue in his role as General Manager of Manukau Water in its current structure whilst providing advice to the Board of Manukau Water Limited.

Raveen, has been, and will continue to be, heavily involved with the decision-making and setting up of the new CCO.

Prior to the two years he has spent with Council; Raveen has held senior positions with Metrowater and Watercare Services Limited and is also immediate Past President of the NZ Water Wastes Association.

Manukau Water Limited, wholly owned by Manukau City Council, will supply water and wastewater services to residents of Manukau from 3 July 2006.


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