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Until 3 July, the NZ Infrastructure Commission is asking for feedback on a new strategy called He Tūāpapa ki te Ora, Infrastructure for a Better Future. At its most basic, infrastructure can be defined as the resources (such as personnel, buildings, equipment or services) required… More >
“Waste reduction, reuse and resource recovery will become mainstream in New Zealand as we commit to being carbon neutral by 2050” says Sue Coutts of the Zero Waste Network. “The Climate Commission’s draft report recognises the key role that waste reduction, reuse, resource recovery and… More >
The Zero Waste Network Aotearoa is today launching the full programme for the Our Zero Waste World Summit, a five-day celebration of zero waste people, projects and design from all over the world that runs from 4-8 November. “This is a free, digital event focused… More >
Organisations focused on zero waste and the circular economy have joined forces to support the government’s proposed ban on a range of single-use and hard-to-recycle plastic products, and are encouraging New Zealanders who care about waste issues to do the same. The alliance of zero… More >
The Zero Waste Network Aotearoa has welcomed funding to upgrade recycling facilities and a recommendation to standardise materials collected through kerbside recycling. Chair Marty Hoffart said the investment in resource recovery and proposed standardisation of recycling with more separated collections would help drive the shift… More >