Thames Coromandel District Council is making excellent progress in complying with conditions for its wastewater treatment plants throughout the Coromandel Peninsula, Environment Waikato heard last week.
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Residents in the Whitehall – Te Tapui area have opted to pay a special rate to deal with the possum problem in their area.
Te Kuiti’s wastewater treatment plant is still causing major problems, according to regular monitoring by Environment Waikato and an independent review.
Environment Minister Marion Hobbs has congratulated Environment Waikato for taking a public stand to protect the water quality of Lake Taupo.
Environment Waikato’s Regulatory Committee has praised a Whangapoua forestry company’s environmental performance.
Members of the public are about to get their first look at some of the detail behind Environment Waikato’s Project Watershed.
Raglan residents are making progress on finding solutions for the town’s sewage problems.
A group of landowners, iwi, local authorities and conservation groups are getting together to restore Mt Maungatautari to its original pest free forested state.
Eradicating the exotic lake weed egeria from Lake Taupo is not feasible – but preventing its spread to other lakes can be done, Environment Waikato has been told.
More than 100 kilometres of stream bank could be fenced for soil conservation purposes in the Whakamaru area under Environment Waikato’s Project Watershed.