Waste plant possible for Westland

The Press 27 Jul 2019 Joanne Carroll joanne.carroll@stuff.co.nz About 1000 tonnes of rubbish may be transported to the West Coast every day, if a revised proposal for a $260 million waste-to-energy plant in Hokitika wins support. The Renew Energy plant was initially mooted for the… More >

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High Impact: New Report provides opportunities for change

Restrictions in New Zealand’s legal structures are holding back impact-driven business such as many of the Zero Waste projects across the country. Structuring for Impact: Evolving Legal Structures for Business in New Zealand is a new report exploring the issues and possible solutions. For our country to better look after… More >

Community collaboration for a waste free future

There’s huge interest in Plastic Free July this year, with organisations sharing their resources through the new Plastic Free Aotearoa group. This Plastic Free July will be the first in New Zealand without single use plastic bags as the new law comes into force on… More >

Literacy boosts employees at Waitaki

The Waitaki Resource Recovery Park is participating in the Employer Led Workplace Literacy and Numeracy programme, and wants to encourage other Zero Waste initiatives to consider doing the same. The programme is a government-funded way for employers to provide free qualified tuition to their employees so… More >