Auckland’s branch of Blind Citizens NZ has launched a guide to help blind and vision impaired Aucklanders sort household rubbish by touch.
Hells Pizza and $15,000 of Atlas Concrete slabs are just two examples of generous community donors that have helped social enterprise Hibiscus Cost Zero Waste renovate Whangaparāoa’s Community Recycling Centre.
“A great success within the local community,” is how Scott Simpson, Associate Minister for the Environment, has described Waitākere Refuse and Recycling Centre.
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Meet Duane Albert, who is part of a team checking Auckland Council recycling bins in hot-spot areas for contamination.
Waitākere, North Shore and Papakura residents are the first to be offered a new Auckland Council rubbish service that will pave the way for a blueprint rubbish collection across the region.
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.