Illegal dumping is rife across the region and it’s not just the inorganic items that are putting our flood protection, biodiversity and water health at risk.
News & events
The Christchurch City Council has shortlisted six potential new sites/providers for the organics processing plant (currently known as Living Earth in Bromley).
Work is underway to ensure the highway between Twizel and Ōmārama stays beautiful and rubbish is removed from unsightly borrow pits.
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
Are you concerned that an activity may be damaging our environment? Use the Snap Send Solve app to report an issue.
We've published new guidance to help people understand wastewater treatment systems.
Illegal rubbish pits can affect soil and water quality - and are costly to clean up.
Rubbish dumping is a large and costly problem, so we’re asking people to do the right thing with their rubbish.
Reminder – there is still time to nominate your business for a Stormwater Superhero award.
Read Kaikōura zone delivery lead Kevin Heays' latest update, where he discusses recycling on farms and winter burning rules.
Agrecovery programmes provide a safe and sustainable way to dispose of old or unwanted chemicals.
In the early hours of Sunday 30 January, oil spilt into the Cam / Ruataniwha River after a significant fire was extinguished in Kaiapoi.