We are rolling out a pilot project throughout February to gather better odour information and data in the Washdyke and northern Timaru area.
News & events
Burning/burying farm plastics can cause ongoing issues, which is why its important to recycle farm plastic. Find out how to do this in Kaikōura
DIYers are being warned about the potential for accidentally contaminating their own home during home maintenance over summer.
Environment Canterbury is working closely with Hurunui District Council to ensure the removal of a tyre stockpile at 122 Racecourse Road, Amberley.
Our experts have just analysed Canterbury's air quality for winter 2020, and the results are pleasing.
Using a modern wood burner is a great start to improving air quality, but don't forget the basics to burn smoke-free – good wood and good lighting technique.
Two sources of ongoing problem odours in Bromley have been identified following a pilot study, allowing remedial action to be taken.
Identifying and addressing complex odour issues in Bromley is no easy task, and focusing on solving these issues is at the Council's forefront.
Consent has been granted for Southern Proteins Limited to discharge contaminants to air from a proposed rendering plant at Washdyke, subject to conditions.
Jenny Hughey, Chair for Environment Canterbury, about the many benefits of planting trees.
Agencies are working on better guidelines for burning crop residue after a number of concerns in the Waimate area.
Steve Lowndes is wrapping up his experience as a councillor and chair and reflects on achievements and the challenges lying ahead for the new council.