Anchor Products eight processing sites have consistently complied with resource consents, earning praise from Environment Waikato.
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Waikato businesses with plastic wrap going to waste now have a productive way to re-use it.
Public submissions to Environment Waikato’s draft Strategic Plan for the next 10 years close on Tuesday, May 15 at 4pm.
Well-known Waikato environmentalists will go head to head against a national team later this month to debate whether our environment is a trash can or a treasure.
King Country farmers keen to plant more trees on their farms can share their experiences with other farmers week at a workshop.
About 120 Bay of Plenty businesses are now saving money and waste through The Waste Exchange, a free service which puts industries in touch with people who can use their waste products.