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Innovative timber covers replace single use plastic

Published: Thursday 3 June 2021

A joint project by Unitec, Mitre 10 MEGA and Naylor Love has been working to identify where and what types of plastic appear in building projects to design out waste

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Waste services for Waiheke visitors

Published: Friday 7 May 2021

New afterhours rubbish and recycling bins for visitors to Waiheke

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Visy Open Day 10 April

Published: Wednesday 31 March 2021

Visy Recycling sorts Auckland's kerbside recycling materials into their individual types - pap...

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April WMIF grants funding round

Published: Wednesday 24 March 2021

Grants of up to $5,000 are available from Auckland Council for innovative ideas on how to reduce waste.

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WMIF grants review

Published: Monday 8 March 2021

We are proposing to update the guidelines and processes for the Waste Minimisation and Innovation Fund. You can have your say from 22 February to 21 March 2021.

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Recycling right in 2021

Published: Friday 22 January 2021

What Aucklanders are doing well to buck the trends in recycling.

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Illegal dumping cleared from Weiti River

Published: Thursday 21 January 2021

The team from Seacleaners used their specialised equipment to remove 2000 litres of rubbish and recyclables from the Weiti River.

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2020 WMIF Grant Recipients

Published: Monday 11 January 2021

Fifty-one community organisations and businesses are receiving a boost in funding from Auckland Council’s Waste Minimisation Innovation Fund (WMIF). Grant recipients will receive $649,256 for a range of projects designed to promote waste minimisation and reduce waste going to landfill.

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Upgrade to recycling facility keeps plastics in NZ

Published: Monday 7 December 2020

Up to 35 per cent of Aucklanders’ kerbside plastics can now be recycled in NZ

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Careless waste disposal sparks fires

Published: Friday 27 November 2020

As a simple rule, anything you plug in may pose harm to our staff, contractors or the public if it goes in your bin

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