Environment Waikato has pinpointed the location of high bacterial counts in the Waikato River to an area six kilometres downstream of Cambridge.
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Boaties and other water users have an opportunity to voice their opinion on the bylaw covering navigation safety as Environment Waikato reviews its Navigation Safety Bylaw.
Alert city residents are helping spot errant sewage spills into the Waikato River – and playing a part in cleaning up the river.
Farmers are not in for massive rate rises under Project Watershed, according to Environment Waikato.
Environment Waikato is to take a proactive stance on the re-assessment of the pesticide 1080.
Contamination near Cambridge may be contributing to high bacterial counts in the Waikato River through Hamilton City, according to Environment Waikato.
The Waikato's coastal environment is potentially at risk from the introduction of new marine species, Environment Waikato's policy committee heard this week.
Morrinsville student Luke Price has won an Environment Waikato scholarship for his university studies in engineering.
The large amount of information gathered on the fragments of native forest left in the Region is assisting Environment Waikato to help landowners manage them.
An earthquake is the biggest hazard risk for Hamilton city, according to a study into what major facilities could be damaged in an emergency.
Nearly 500 people have made submissions to Environment Waikato on Project Watershed, which is developing a system to pay for river management, flood protection and vital soil conservation work in the Waikato and Waipa river catchments.
Environment Waikato’s Regulatory Committee has recommended pursuing costs against an iwi authority which appealed against the granting of resource consents to upgrade a boat ramp at Waikawau in Thames.
Environment Waikato wants to work more closely with the dairy industry to improve effluent discharges in the Waikato.
Transit New Authority has approved a plan for completing the Mercer to Longswamp section of the State Highway One Expressway – if funds are available.
Environment Waikato says it cannot delay the introduction of Project Watershed any longer, as delays will only compound the serious problems faced in managing the Region’s major rivers.