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Hutt City,

city (1996 pop. 95,871), S North Island, New Zealand, in the Hutt River valley, part of the greater WellingtonWellington,
city (1996 pop. 157,647; urban agglomeration 334,051), capital of New Zealand, extreme S North Island, on Port Nicholson, an inlet of Cook Strait. Socially and economically linked with Hutt City, Upper Hutt, and Porirua City, Wellington is a major communications and
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 urban area; formerly called Lower Hutt. Industries in the area include metalworking, engineering, textiles, and consumer products manufacturing. Several scientific research institutions are located here.
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The Wellington WWTP was built in 1998 while the Hutt City WWTP was commissioned in 2001 (Capacity-Co., 2004).
The advanced treatment plants in New Zealand such as Wellington, Hutt City and Auckland WWTPs were built after 1998
The 18km pressure pipe in the Hutt City wastewater system is a good instance of the pressure system, which carries treated wastewater to the discharge point in Wellington harbour (CapacityCo., 2008).
Gisborne and Hutt City in the North Island and Blenheim in the South Island were the three earthquake-prone regions chosen to investigate their WWPSs earthquake vulnerability.
Hutt city is located inside the southern part of the North Island and northeast of New Zealand's capital.
19, 13 and 20 WWPSs in Blenheim, Gisborne and Hutt City were selected respectively to show how vulnerable WWPSs are.
Regarding the collected data from each city council, Figure 1 illustrates WWPSs age among three earthquake-prone cities (Hutt City, Gisborne and Blenheim).
For Instance, Gisborne's WWPSs have different types of plans compared with Blenheim and Hutt City's WWPSs.
Regarding the greatest numbers of WWPSs with buildings in the Hutt City wastewater system compared with Gisborne and Blenheim, initial earthquake assessment procedure recommended by NZSEE (2006) was applied to disclose the Hutt City WWPSs' building vulnerability to earthquakes.
Geological characteristics of each WWPS in Hutt City including soil types were extracted from the available sources (Dellow, 1992; Van Dissen et al., 1992).
16 June 2010 - S&P today revised upwards to "positive" from "stable" its rating outlook and affirmed its AA/A-1+ local currency ratings on Hutt City Council.