Soil conservation, flood protection and river management works on the Waipa River and its tributaries will be funded on a catchment-wide basis, if the recommendation of two Project Watershed liaison sub committees to combine is adopted by Environment Waikato.
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Several groups are coming together at Lake Ngaroto tomorrow to sign an agreement to protect and restore the threatened Waipa peat lakes and wetlands.
A Reporoa farm company was find a total of $4500 on two charges of discharging cowshed effluent onto land where it may have contaminated a stream.
A Taupo farm company has been find a total of $13,000 on several charges of discharging cowshed effluent.
Entries close soon for this year’s Waikato Business and Environment Awards.
Environment Waikato staff rate their organisation amongst the top 21 places to work in New Zealand.
Several new and improved bus services have been given the green light for Hamilton City.
Do you know if your firm generates hazardous waste?
An inaugural conference for people involved in environmental education throughout the country attracted more than 300 people to Hamilton last week.
More than 260 educators gather in Hamilton later this week for an inaugural environmental education conference at Waikato University.