When Coralie and Stephen Archer went along to an Auckland Council Waste Free Parenting workshop, they thought they’d come away with a few useful tips...
Whether you want to save the planet or save money on rubbish disposal, reducing the amount of waste you produce is a worthwhile thing.
From Monday 3 July, you may notice your recycling is collected at a different time of day if you live in central or south Auckland.
MPHS, the trust that runs the Waitākere Community Recycling Centre, has been recognised by the Department of Corrections for its work in rehabilitating offenders.
The mayors of Auckland, Wellington, Dunedin have jointly launched an open letter to other mayors around the country to join the call on central government to institute a national levy on single use plastic bags.
We are delivering new rubbish bins to residents in the Manukau and Howick wards throughout June and July.
The move will make recycling collection consistent across the region.
UPDATE: 1 June 7:45am. Auckland Council is assisting the Fire Service following a fire at its Waitākere Refuse Transfer Station buildings in Henderson.
As parents across the region face a second – or even third – weekend of demands for fidget spinners, Auckland Council’s Waste Solutions team has some zero waste advice.
Anna from the Zero Waste Zone at Waitākere Transfer Station teaches people how to reduce waste in a fun, hands-on way.